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CORNELL UNIVERSITY 
MEDICAL COLLEGE 

1989-1990 






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Cornell University 
Medical College 




1300 YORK AVENUE 
NEW YORK, NY 10021 
212/746-5454 



The courses and curricula described in this 
Announcement, and the teaching personnel 
listed herein, are as of May 15, 1989 and are 
subject to change at any time by official 
action of Cornell University 



Contents 



4 Academic Calendar 

7 Class Schedules 

13 Purpose and History 

16 Location and Neighboring Institutions 

16 Affiliations 

19 Libraries 

21 Admissions 

25 Educational Policies and Plan of Instruction 

28 Special Programs 

31 Student Life 

35 Advancement and Graduation 

37 Financial Information 

41 Departments of Instruction 

75 Prizes 

79 Scholarships, Fellowships and Loan Funds 

88 Named Professorships 

92 Administration 

97 Faculty of the Medical College 

214 Residency Appointments: Class of 1989 

216 Register of Students 

221 Index 

223 Aerial view 



4 Calendar 



Medical College Calendar 

FIRST YEAR 
1989 

Monday, August 28- Friday, September 1 
Tuesday, August 29 

Wednesday, August 30 
Monday, September 4 
Tuesday, September 5 
Friday, October 27 

Friday, October 27- Friday, November 3 
Monday, November 6 

Thursday, November 23- Sunday, November 26 
Saturday, December 16 

1990 

Monday, January 1 

Tuesday, January 2 

Monday, January 15 

Wednesday, January 17 

Thursday, January 18- Friday, January 26 

Monday, January 29 
Monday, February 19 
Friday, March 23 

Saturday, March 24- Friday, March 30 

Saturday, March 31- Sunday, April 8 
Monday, April 9 
Monday, May 7 
Monday, May 28 
Friday, June 1 

Saturday, June 2- Friday, June 8 

SECOND YEAR 
1989 

Friday, September 1 

Monday, September 4 
Tuesday, September 5 
Friday, September 29 



Orientation 

Registration (for any students who 
have not registered by mail) 

Opening Exercises 

Labor Day Holiday 

Instruction begins 

First quarter ends 

Reading Period and First Quarter 
Examinations 

Second quarter begins 

Thanksgiving recess 

Winter recess begins 

New Year's Day Holiday 

Winter recess ends, instruction resumes 

Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday observed 

Second quarter ends 

Reading period and Second Quarter 
Examinations 

Third quarter begins 

President's Day Holiday 

Third quarter ends 

Reading period and Third Quarter 
Examinations 

Spring recess 

Fourth quarter begins 

Neuroscience Midterm Exam 

Memorial Day Holiday observed 

Fourth quarter ends 

Reading Period and Fourth Quarter 
Examinations 



Registration (for any students who 
have not registered by mail) 

Labor Day Holiday 

Instruction begins 

Reading Day 



Calendar 5 



Monday, October 2 
Friday, November 3 

Saturday, November 4- Friday, November 10 
Monday, November 13 

Thursday, November 23- Sunday, November 26 
Saturday, December 16 

1990 

Monday, January 1 
Tuesday, January 2 
Monday, January 15 
Friday, January 19 

Saturday, January 20- Friday, January 26 

Monday, January 29 
Monday, February 19 

Saturday, February 24- Monday, February 26 

Tuesday, February 27 

Monday, March 19 

Tuesday, March 20 

Wednesday, March 21 

Saturday, March 24- Sunday, April 1 

Monday, April 2 

Wednesday, May 23 

Thursday, May 24- Wednesday, May 30 

Monday, May 28 

Tuesday, June 12- Wednesday, June 13 

THIRD YEAR 
1989 

Friday, June 23 

Monday, June 26 
Tuesday, July 4 
Friday, July 21 

Saturday, July 22- Sunday, August 6 
Monday, August 7 
Monday, September 4 

Thursday, November 23- Sunday, November 26 
Saturday, December 23 



Microbiology and Immunology Midterm 
Examinations 

First quarter ends 

Reading period and First Quarter 
Examinations 

Second quarter begins 

Thanksgiving recess 

Winter recess begins 

New Year's Day Holiday 

Winter recess ends, instruction resumes 

Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday observed 

Second quarter ends 

Reading period and Second Quarter 
Examinations 

Third Quarter begins 

President's Day Holiday 

Reading period 

Pathophysiology Final Examination 
Third quarter ends 
Reading Day 

Pharmacology Final Examination 

Spring recess 

Fourth quarter begins 

Fourth quarter ends 

Fourth Quarter Examinations 

Memorial Day Holiday observed 

NBME, Part I 



Registration (for any students who 
have not registered by mail) 

Instruction begins 

Independence Day Holiday 

Final Examinations: Intro to Clinical Years 
and Radiology 

Summer recess 

Instruction resumes 

Labor Day Holiday 

Thanksgiving recess 

Winter recess begins 



6 Calendar 



1990 

Monday, January 1 

Tuesday, January 2 

Monday, January IS 

Monday, February 19 

Saturday, April 21- Sunday, April 29 

Monday, April 30 

Monday, May 28 

Friday, July 20 

FOURTH YEAR 
1989 

Friday, July 7 

Monday, July 10 
Monday, September 4 

Thursday, November 23- Sunday, November 2d 
Saturday, December 23 

1990 

Tuesday, January 2 
Monday, January 15 
Monday, February 19 
Friday, May 18 
Monday, May 21 
Tuesday, May 22 

Course Modules 

Module A 
Module B 
Module C 
Module D 
Module E 
Module F 
Module G 
Module H 
Module I 
Module J 
Module K 



New Year's Day Holiday 

Winter recess ends, instruction resumes 

Martin Luther King. Jr.'s Birthday observed 

President's Day Holiday 

Spring recess 

Instruction resumes 

Memorial Day Holiday observed 

Instruction ends 



Registration (for any students who 
have not registered by mail) 

Instruction begins 

Labor Day Holiday 

Thanksgiving Holiday 

Winter recess begins 

Winter recess ends, instruction resumes 
Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday observed 
President's Day Holiday 
Instruction ends 
Convocation, 4:00 p.m. 
Commencement, 3:00 p.m. 



July 10- August 4 
August 7- September 1 
September 5- September 29 
October 2- October 27 
October 30- November 22 
November 27- December 22 
January 2- January 26 
January 29- February 23 
February 26- March 23 
March 26- April 20 
April 23- May 18 



Schedules 7 



Class Schedules 1989-1990 

First Year: Core Curriculum 



FIRST QUARTER, Weeks 1-8 (9/5/89-10/27/89) 



Hour 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


9-10 


Biochemistry 




Biochemistry 


Biochemistry 




10-11 


Gross Anatomy 


Gross Anatomy 


Gross Anatomy 


Gross Anatomy 


Biochemistry 


11-12 












12-1 




CPC 








1-2 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


2-3 


Elective 


Elective 


Introductory 


Psychiatry 


Elective 


3-4 






Medicine 






4-5 






Elective 






5-6 








Elective 





SECOND QUARTER, Weeks 1-8 (11/6/89-1/17/90) 



Hour Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 



9-10 


Biochemistry 


Microscopic 
Anatomy 


Biochemistry 


Biochemistry 




10-11 


Microscopic 


Gross Anatomy 


Microscopic 


Gross Anatomy 


Gross Anatomy 


11-12 


Anatomy 




Anatomy 






12-1 












1-2 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


2-3 


Elective 


Weeks 2-6: 

Molecular 

Biology 


Elective 


Biochemistry 


Biochemistry 


3-4 












4-5 










Elective 


5-6 








Elective 





8 Schedules 



THIRD QUARTER, Weeks 1-8 (1/29/90 3/23/90) 



Hour Monday Tuesday Wednesday TJiursday Friday 



o 1 n 


Physiology 


Microscopic 
Anatomy 


Physiology 


Physiology 


Physiology 


1A 1 1 
IK)- 1 1 


Microscopic 
Anatomy 


Weeks 1-4: 
Biostatistics 


WeeKS. J-H: 

Microscopic 
Anatomy 
Weeks 1-2; 7-8 
Physiology 
Conference 
( 10-11) 


Microscopic 
Anatomy 


11 19 


Elective 


12- 1 


Lilt C 11 V C 


1-2 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 




Lunch 




Elective 


Weeks 5-8: 
Epidemiology 


Elective 


Weeks 1-1 

BlOStJllSlH S 

Weeks 5-8: 
Epidemiology 


Elective 


3-4 


Community 
Health 


4-5 


Elective 


5-6 


Elective 



FOURTH QUARTER, Weeks 18 (4/9/90 -6/1/90) 



Hour Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 



9-10 


Neuroscience 


Neuroscience 
Weeks 3 .mJ 5 
Neuroscience Lab 
(9-12) 


Physiology 


Physiology 


Neuroscience 


10-11 


Physiology 


Elective 


Neuroscience 


Neuroscience 


Physiology 


11-12 












12-1 




Health Care 
Systems 








1-2 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


2-3 




Weeks 2-8: 
Physiology 
Conference 


Psychiatry 


Weeks 7-8: 
Physiology 
Review 
Conference 


Elective 


3-4 




Elective 






4-5' 








Elective 




5-6 


Elective 




Elective 







Schedules 9 



Second Year 

FIRST QUARTER, Weeks 1-9 (9/5/89-11/3/89) 



Hour Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 



Q Ci 

o-y 


Microbiology 
and 

Immunology 


Pathophysiology 


Pathophysiology 


Pathophysiology 


Microbiology 
and 

Immunology 


Ci 1 A 


Microbiology 
and 

Immunology 


10-11 


Microbiology 
and 

Immunology 


11-12 


Microbiology 
and 

Immunology 


12-1 


Lunch 


CPC 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


1-2 


Pathophysiology 


Lunch 


Health Care- 
Systems 


Pathophysiology 


Elective 


2-3 


Elective 


Elective 


3-4 


Elective 


4-5 


SECOND QUARTER, Weeks 1-8 (11/13/89-1/19/90) 

Hour Monday Tuesday Wednesday Ttmrsday Friday 


8-9 


Pathophysiology 


Pathophysiology 


Pathophysiology 


Pathophysiology 


Pathophysiology 


9-10 


10-11 


Pharmacology 


Pharmacology 


Pharmacology 


11-12 


12-1 


Lunch 


CPC 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


1-2 


Pharmacology 


Lunch 


Pharmacology 


Elective 


Elective 


2-3 


Pathophysiology 


Elective 


Pathophysiology 


3-4 


Elective 


4-5 



10 Schedules 



Second Year 



THIRD QUARTER, Weeks 18 (1/29/90 3/23/90) 



Hour Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 


8-9 


Weeks 1-4: 
Pathophysiology 


Weeks 1-4: 
Pathophysiology 

Weeks 5-8: 
Neurology and 
Physical 
Diagnosis 


Weeks 1-4: 
Pathophysiology 
Weeks 5-8: 
Physical Diagnosis 


Weeks 1-4: 
Pathophysiology 


Weeks 1-4: 
Pathophysiology 
Weeks 5-8: 
Physical Diagnosis 


9-10 


10-11 


Pharmacology 


Pharmacology 




Pharmacology 


11-12 


12-1 


Lunch 


Weeks 1-4: 
CPC 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


1-2 


Weeks 1-4: 
Pharmacology 


Lunch 


Weeks 1-4: 
Pharmacology 


Weeks 1-4: 
Pathophysiology 
Weeks 5-8: 
Psychiatry 


Elective 


2-3 


Weeks 1-4: 
Pathophysiology 
2-5 pm 

Weeks 5-8: 
Neurology and 
Physical 
Diagnosis 
4-6 pm 


Elective 


Weeks 1-4: 
Pathophysiology 


3-4 




4-5 


Weeks 5-8 
Neurology and 
Physical Diagnosis 
4-6 pm 


Elective 


Weeks 5-8: 
Neurology and 
Physical Diagnosis 
4-6 pm 


FOURTH QUARTER, Weeks 1 8 (4/2/90 -5/23/90) 

Hour Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 


8-9 


Weeks 1-4: 

Physical 

Diagnosis 


Weeks 1-4: 
Parasitology 
8-11 am 

Weeks 5-8: 
Physical 
Diagnosis 
9 am- 12 noon 


Weeks 1-4: 
Physical Diagnosis 
Weeks 6-8: 
Elective 


Weeks 1-4: 
Parasitology 


Weeks 1-4: 
Parasitology 


9-10 


10-11 


Elective 


Elective 


Elective 


11-12 


Weeks 1-4: 
Neurology 


Weeks 1-4: 
Neurology 


12-1 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


1-2 


Elective 


Ethics 


Elective 


Psychiatry 


Elective 


2-3 


Neurology and 

Physical 

Diagnosis 


Neurology and 

Physical 

Diagnosis 


Neurology and 

Physical 

Diagnosis 


3-4 


Elective 


4-5 


Elective 



Schedules 11 



Third Year Rotations 1989-1990 



Intro to 

Clin. Yrs 



Psych 


PH 


Neur- 
ology- 


Psych 


PH 


P] 1 


Neur- 
ology 


Psych 


Neur- 
ology 


PH 


Psych- 


( >B ( ,-1 \ 


Peds 


Peds 


OB- 


Peds 


OB/GYN 


OB/GYN 


Ped- 


Surgery 


Sur- 


Medicine 


Med- 



Neur- 
ology 


Psych 


PH 


Neur- 
ology 


iatry 


Neur- 
ology 


PH 


Psych 


GYN 


Peds 


OB/GYN 


iatrics 


OB/GYN 


Peds 


g er y 


Surgery 




Medicine 



Psych 


PH 


Neur- 
ology 


PH 


Neur- 
ology 


Psych 


Peds 


OB/GYN 


OB/GYN 


Peds 


Surgery 


Medicine 



1989 

Friday, June 23 

Monday, June 26 
Tuesday, July 4 
Friday, July 21 

Saturday. July 22 - 
Sunday, August 6 

Monday, August 7 

Monday, September 4 

Thursday, November 23 - 
Sunday, November 26 

Saturday, December 23 
1990 

Monday, January 1 

Tuesday, January 2 

Monday, January 15 

Monday, February 19 

Saturday, April 21 - 
Sunday, April 29 

Monday, April 30 

Monday, May 28 

Friday, July 20 



Registration (for any students who have not 
registered by mail) 

Instruction begins 
Independence Day Holiday- 
Final examinations: Intro to Clinical Years 
and Radiology 

Summer recess 

Instruction resumes 
Labor Day Holiday 
Thanksgiving Holiday 

Winter recess begins 



New Year's Day Holiday ' 
Winter recess ends, instruction resumes 
Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday observed 
President's Day Holiday 
Spring recess 

Instruction resumes 
Memorial Day Holiday 
Instruction ends 



The Medical College 



Purpose and History 

Cornell University Medical College seeks 
excellence in its students, and expects those 
studying here today to emerge tomorrow as 
leaders in the field of medicine. At Cornell, 
research and the advancement of medical 
knowledge are not only ends in themselves, 
but are integrated in a vision of the scientific 
basis of a thorough medical education. To 
cultivate leadership potential, Cornell strives to 
stimulate creativity and foster independent 
thought and study. To promote the develop- 
ment of true social commitment, the Medical 
College exposes students to real-life responsi- 
bilities in a variety of practice settings, with the 
constant goal of optimal patient care. 

An abiding focus on the science behind 
medical knowledge and techniques has been 
central at Cornell since the school's establish- 
ment in 1898. Cornell University president 
Jacob Gould Schurman, in his address at the 
Medical College's opening ceremonies, set the 
tone for the decades to come. "What is needed 
for the training of physicians and surgeons 
today?" asked Schurman. "I answer, first, 
science; secondly, science; thirdly, science." 
Delivered with a missionary's fervor 90 years 
ago, these words remain notable not simply for 
the way they continue to affirm the emphasis 
placed by Medical College faculty on the 
scientific basis of medical training, but as an 
indication of how far the field has traveled in 
the last century, and how great a part Cornell 
Medical College has played in that develop- 
ment. 

In 1898, the field of medicine was only 
beginning to stress a scientific foundation, and 



most medical schools in the United States were 
just starting to resemble medical schools as we 
know them today. Through most of the 19th 
century, many medical schools had lower 
entrance requirements than those of a good 
high school. Once admitted, a medical school 
student was taught by lecture exclusively, and 
had only to sit through two four-month terms 
before being given, automatically, an M.D. 
degree. Few medical students ever touched a 
patient or had any clinical experience prior to 
graduation. 

The founding of Cornell Medical College 
coincided with a period of momentous change 
and strengthening of medical education in this 
country. Established and generously endowed 
through the gifts of Colonel Oliver H. Payne, 
Cornell University Medical College quickly 
became a national leader in medical instruction. 
One of Colonel Payne's requirements was that 
the Medical College be a university medical 
school. Admitting men and women from the 
outset, Cornell was also one of the country's 
first coeducational medical schools. 

Cornell's original faculty, highly regarded as 
both scientists and teachers, recognized a broad 
liberal education as a prerequisite to a 
successful medical education. Thus did Cornell 
pioneer another trend: requiring all incoming 
students to have an undergraduate degree. 

Although Cornell University was founded and 
continues to flourish in Ithaca, New York, the 
University's Medical College was established in 
New York City to provide its students with 
opportunities for clinical learning and labora- 



Medical student with a young patient 



14 Purpose and History 



tory-oriented instruction that were practically 
unheard of at the time. This clinical focus 
remains central to the Cornell experience. 

As the scientific pursuit of medicine gained 
prominence, a new kind of institution arose — 
the partnership of university and hospital in an 
academic medical center. The Medical College 
and The New York Hospital first signed a 
limited affiliation agreement in 1913; formal 
affiliation in 1927 joined the facilities of the two 
institutions. Hospital and college were brought 
to one location in 1932 with the opening of 
The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, 
physically confirming the fundamental 
integration underpinning the academic medical 
center and its triple mission of education, 
research, and patient care. 

Today, the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center, the Rockefeller University, and the 
Hospital for Special Surgery are grouped with 
The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical 
College on Manhattan's Upper East Side; Lenox 
Hill Hospital, affiliated in 1989, is within 
walking distance of the Medical College. Other 
affiliated institutions in the greater New York 
area include the Burke Rehabilitation Center in 
White Plains, the Catholic Medical Center of 
Brooklyn and Queens, the North Shore 
University Hospital on Long Island, St. 



Barnabas Hospital in the Bronx, and LaGuardia 
Hospital in Forest Hills. In addition, the 
Medical College remains a vital component of 
Cornell University, one of the world's leading 
research universities. 

Now at the heart of a world-renowned center 
of medical education, biomedical research, and 
health care, the Medical College remains 
committed to the advancement of medical 
knowledge through work done by faculty and 
students alike. As a pioneer in the early 1950's 
in developing the concept of comprehensive 
care for patients as well, Cornell investigated 
and refined the effective matching of patient 
needs with medical and community resources, 
through its Comprehensive Care and Teaching 
Program. While the formal program ended in 
the 1960 s, the precepts of comprehensive 
patient care learned from the undertaking 
continue to be applied today routinely. 

Medical education at Cornell aims at develop- 
ment of individuals who not only recognize 
and are dedicated to the highest quality patient 
care, but also understand their responsibility for 
contributions through personal scholarship. An 
unusually large number of medical leaders over 
the years have emerged from Cornell University 
Medical College. 



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The Burke Rehabilitation 
Center 



nnnrri 

Memorial Sloan Ketterim 
Cancer Center 




[i t b a lE SB 0 1 
^Catholic Medical Center 



j Lenox Hill Hospitall 



Location and 
Neighboring Institutions 



Located in New York City, Cornell Medical 
College is based in one of the world's foremost 
centers of medicine and medical research. The 
College itself, situated along York Avenue on 
Manhattan's attractive upper east side, is part of 
one of the country's most prestigious biomedi- 
cal research complexes. In addition to The 
New York Hospital, this complex includes 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, The 
Hospital for Special Surgery, and Rockefeller 
University - private institutions established in 
contiguity to promote collaboration and 
integration of programs in the fields of 
education, research, and patient care. 

Cornell Medical College classrooms, laborato- 
ries, research facilities, department offices, and 
student housing are all within three blocks of 
one another. Medical College offices and 
teaching and research facilities are located 
within a series of joined buildings, identified by 
the letters A through E, between 68th and 70th 
Streets. In addition, the newly completed 
William and Mildred Lasdon Biomedical 
Research Center is located between 68th and 
69th Streets (adjacent buildings D and E were 
renovated as part of this project). Included 
within the $48 million Research Center is the 
Biomedical Information Center, which 
combines the existing Samuel J. Wood Library 
with state-of-the-art computer and information 
resources facilities. 



AFFILIATIONS 



Cornell Medical College affiliations both in the 
York Avenue neighborhood and throughout 
the New York City metropolitan area — offer 
students opportunities for clinical experience of 
exceptional breadth. Many of the affiliated 
institutions are world-renowned leaders in their 
fields. 

The New York Hospital Founded in 1771 
under a charter granted by King George III of 



England, The New York Hospital was the first 
hospital in the city and the second in the 
country. Originally built downtown, the 
hospital has been located adjacent to the 
Medical College since 1932. A nonprofit, 
voluntary institution maintained by The Society 
of The New York Hospital, it has cared for 
more than five million patients since its 
founding. Three hospitals have merged with 
The New York Hospital over the years: The 
Lying-in Hospital, the Manhattan Maternity and 
Dispensary, and the New York Nursery and 
Child's Hospital. 

The New York Hospital was the first hospital in 
the United States to care for the mentally ill 
Today, mental and emotional illnesses are 
treated at the Payne Whitney Psychiatric Clinic, 
an integral part of The New York Hospital 
complex, and the Westchester Division of The 
New York Hospital, in White Plains, New York. 

Since 1927, the hospital has been integrated 
with the Cornell Medical College through the 
establishment of The New York Hospital- 
Cornell Medical Center. The agreement joined 
the facilities of the two institutions and 
provided for cooperation in the advancement 
of patient care, medical education, and 
scientific research. 

There are 1,140 beds in The New York 
Hospital, and an additional 322 beds in the 
Westchester division. Clinical instruction is 
given in ten clinical departments that include 
many divisions or subspecialties. There are 
more than 25 residency training programs 
offered for a total of 470 residency positions. 
The chairman of each department is respon- 
sible for the care of the patients and the 
conduct of the professional services in the 
hospital, and is also the professor in charge of 
the corresponding department in the Medical 
College. Every clinical department is staffed by 
salaried faculty members, including the 
chairman, who devote their full time to the 
service of the College and the Hospital. Other 
members of the faculty devote part of their 
time to private practices. 



Affiliations 17 



The Hospital for Special Surgery The 

Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS), founded in 
1863 by the New York Society for the Relief of 
the Ruptured and Crippled, was the first 
institution in the United States dedicated to the 
treatment of orthopedic conditions and today is 
a leader in the fields of orthopedics and 
rheumatology. Affiliation with The New York 
Hospital-Cornell Medical Center began in 1955, 
the same year the hospital moved to its present 
location at 535 East 70th Street. 

The 192-bed hospital cares for more than 5,800 
inpatients a year, and receives over 70,000 
outpatient visits annually to HSS physicians and 
in 25 subspecialty clinics. It performs 25% of 
all joint replacement surgery in New York City. 
The hospital is the site of the Cornell Medical 
College's residency program in orthopedic 
surgery. Thirty residents are trained in this 
four-year program while an additional 8-10 
clinical fellows receive training in advanced 
programs in rheumatic diseases and orthopedic 
subspecialities. The hospital also maintains the 
School of Practical Nursing. 

In addition to patient care and medical 
education, the hospital is committed to 
investigate the causes and prevention of 
orthopedic and rheumatic diseases, and to 
develop improved treatment of these diseases. 



Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center 

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center is the 
nation's oldest and largest privately operated, 
nonprofit center devoted to patient care, 
research, and education in cancer. This 
comprehensive cancer center has two operating 
organizations: Memorial Hospital, which 
provides 565 beds for inpatient care, an 
extensive array of specialized and support 
services, and a broad program of clinical 
research; and the Sloan-Kettering Institute, with 
nearly 100 laboratories dedicated to cancer- 
related biomedical investigation. 

Programs of basic and clinical research at 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering aim to advance the 
understanding of the nature and the fundamen- 
tal causes of cancer, and to improve the means 
for prevention, diagnosis, and treatment. 
Research at the Sloan-Kettering Institute is 
organized into four major areas: Molecular 
Biology; Cell Biology and Genetics; Immunol- 
ogy; and Developmental Therapy and Clinical 
Investigation. Clinical research programs are 
conducted under the auspices of the individual 
departments of Memorial Hospital. 

Originally established in 1884, Memorial 
Hospital has been affiliated with Cornell 
Medical College since 1914, and many of its 
staff members hold appointments at the 



Students at the main entrance to the Medical College 



18 Affiliations 



College. Many Sloan-Kettering Institute staff 
also hold appointments either in the Medical 
College or in the Graduate School of Medical 
Sciences, which offers degrees through the 
Sloan-Kettering Division. The Center is a major 
resource for the Medical College, offering 
students clinical instruction and research 
opportunities. Center facilities provide 
unparalleled instruction in the pathology, 
diagnosis, and treatment of neoplastic disease. 

North Shore University Hospital 

North Shore University Hospital-Cornell 
University Medical College consists of a 644- 
bed, tertiary care, voluntary hospital, plus a 
250-bed extended care and rehabilitation 
center, surgical ambulatory pavilion, and a 
biomedical science research center situated on 
a 57-acre campus in Manhasset, Long Island, 20 
miles from the Medical College. North Shore- 
Cornell serves the populous counties of 
Nassau, Suffolk and Queens, as well as the 
entire tri-state area in many specialties. The 
hospital opened in 1953 and became formally 
affiliated with the Medical College in 1969. 

North Shore-Cornell continues with its major 
expansion program. Currently under 
construction are additional and replacement 
inpatient ficilities. A medical ambulatory care 
pavilion is now on the drawing board. 

Clinical instruction is provided in medicine, 
neurology, surgery, ophthalmology, pediatrics, 
pathology, psychiatry, radiology, and obstetrics- 
gynecology to students at the second-, third-, 
and fourth-year levels. Nearly 300 residency 
training positions are offered in many disci- 
plines. All members of the professional staff of 
the Hospital hold appointments on the faculty 
of the Medical College and participate in its 
teaching programs. In addition, each clinical 
service has a staff of full-time and voluntary 
faculty members involved in research, teaching, 
and clinical activities. 

Education is also enhanced through affiliations 
in many specialties with several local hospitals 
where community-oriented programs provide 
important experience for students in the 
Medical College. Outreach programs with local 
colleges and community agencies provide 
further opportunities for study. 

In 1988, the title North Shore University 
Hospital-Cornell University Medical College was 
adopted for this campus to reflect the close 
cooperation of the two institutions. 

The Burke Rehabilitation Center 

The Burke Rehabilitation Center in White 
Plains, New York, was founded in 1915 by 



John Masterson Burke as a tribute to the 
memory of his mother, Winifred Masterson 
Burke. In 1968, the Burke Center became 
affiliated with The New York Hospital-Cornell 
Medical Center. 

With its 150 inpatient beds and a large 
outpatient service, the Burke Rehabilitation 
Center offers a multidisciplinary approach to 
rehabilitation, providing diagnostic, evaluative, 
and treatment services to those in need of 
rehabilitative care. The primary objective is the 
integration of the disabled patient into the 
community as a responsible individual. 

The Burke Center's comprehensive program 
includes services of physicians trained in 
rehabilitation, neurology, cardiology, rheuma- 
tology, pulmonary disease, and internal 
medicine. Among the research and study 
programs being conducted at the Burke 
Rehabilitation Center are: a research program 
investigating dementia and allied diseases of 
the nervous system, research into Parkinson's 
and pulmonary diseases, and molecular 
neurobiology research. 

Will Rogers Institute In 1977, the Will Rogers 
Memorial Fund joined with the Burke Rehabili- 
tation Center and The New York Hospital- 
Cornell Medical Center to form a joint program 
called the Will Rogers Institute. The institute 
provides health education for the general 
public through the communications media, and 
promotes basic and clinical research in 
pulmonary disease through the establishment 
of the Will Rogers Professorship in Pulmonary 
Medicine at the Burke Rehabilitation Center, 
and a Will Rogers Pulmonary fellow. 

Catholic Medical Center of Brooklyn & 
Queens The Catholic Medical Center operates 
four hospitals and two nursing homes — Mary 
Immaculate Hospital in Jamiaca, St. John's 
Queens Hospital in Elmhurst, St. Joseph's 
Hospital in Flushing, St. Mary's Hospital in 
Brooklyn, Monsignor James H. Fitzpatrick 
Pavilion for Skilled Nursing. Care at the Mary 
Immaculate Hospital site and Holy Family 
Home for the Aged in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn 
— more than 1,300 beds in all. The Medical 
Center operates a School of Nursing, Laboratory 
and Radiologic Technology and School for 
Pathology Assistants. Cancer Research 
Laboratories in the St. Anthony's Center in 
Woodhaven, Queens are also maintained. The 
Center is an educational site for training 
medical students and housestaff, and provides 
tertiary care referrals to The New York 
Hospital. Cornell medical students serve 



Libraries 19 



clerkships in Obstetrics and Family Practice/ 
Ambulatory care. 

St. Barnabas Hospital Established in 1866 in 
the South Central Bronx as a chronic disease 
facility, St. Barnabas Hospital has recently been 
converted to a modern 415-bed, acute care, 
voluntary institution. St. Barnabas became 
affiliated with The New York Hospital-Cornell 
Medical Center in 1982 to provide a compre- 
hensive range of medical services to the 
community and to serve as an educational site 
for students and housestaff. 

LaGuardia Hospital LaGuardia Hospital is a 
304-bed, voluntary community hospital. The 
hospital is affiliated with the Health Insurance 
Plan of Greater New York, the largest and one 
of the oldest pre-paid group practices on the 
East Coast, covering over 900,000 subscribers 
for their health care requirements. Since 1978, 
LaGuardia Hospital has been affiliated with The 
New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center for 
several integrated residency programs. In 
addition, some Cornell medical students rotate 
through LaGuardia Hospital during the required 
clerkship in Obstetrics and Gynecology, and 
fourth-year elective experiences are offered 
through the Department of Medicine. LaGuar- 
dia Hospital draws on both its own full-time 
Chiefs of Service and medical staff and the 
Cornell faculty for hospital education programs. 

Lenox Hill Hospital Lenox Hill Hospital is a 
698-bed, acute care coluntary institution. 
Lenox Hill became affiliated with New York 
Hospital-Cornell Medical Center in July 1989 to 
provide a comprehensive range of medical 
services to the community and cooperative 
planning programs in medical education and 
research. The New York Hospital-Cornell 
Medical Center has established a fully inte- 
grated residency program with Lenox Hill in 
Pediatrics, and shared residency programs in 
Medicine and Surgery. 



Libraries 

With scholarship as a primary mission of the 
Medical College, the library system is the 
principal resource supporting that mission. The 
Medical College library exists with two main 
goals: to facilitate access to biomedical 
information; and to provide assistance to 
students and faculty in managing this burgeon- 
ing body of information. 



One of the country's first fully automated 
medical libraries, the Medical College library 
features computer terminals throughout the 
facility on which access to library materials may 
be obtained. Bibliographic searches of 
citations to articles in the journal collection can 
be performed with a miniMEDLINE interface. 
Communications terminals connect the 
Educational Services Department to a wide 
variety of databases, including the biomedical 
and psychiatric literature. Instruction is given 
in manual or computer-based information 
searching. 

The Medical College library has ready access to 
resources at all of New York City's major 
medical libraries. Any materials required by 
students or faculty that are not in the Cornell 
collection may be requested for loan through 
the Interlibrary Loan Department. 

A microcomputer center, with an extensive 
software collection, is maintained at the library 
for staff and student use, and introductory 
microcomputer instruction is provided. Typing, 
laser printing and photoduplicating facilities are 
also available, along with a full assortment of 
audiovisual materials, including films, slides, 
video, and audiotapes. The Audiovisual 
Services Department also provides projection 
equipment and services, as well as room 
reservations for meetings and conferences. 

In recognition of the escalating need for 
expanded facilities and increased information 
services, Cornell has made a major commitment 
to the enhancement of the Medical College 
library with the addition of the C.V. Starr 
Biomedical Information Center. Construction 
began in 1986 and the first phase opened late 
in 1988, with increased access to the library's 
computerized information system and 
expanded user seating. Completion of the 
entire facility, including the new media and 
microcomputer center, is expected by the end 
of 1989. 

Occupying the entire 25th floor of The New 
York Hospital is another part of the Medical 
College library system - the Medical Archives of 
The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center. 
Established in 1972, the Medical Archives 
collects, organizes, preserves, and makes 
available the official papers of the Center and 
its antecedent institutions. The collection 
represents a continuous record of medical care 
and research since 1771 and includes personal 
papers, photographs, antique instruments, and 
apparatus developed at the Center. 



Admissions 



Requirements 

The Committee on Admissions of Cornell 
University Medical College seeks students 
capable of becoming future leaders in the field 
of medicine. Applicants must be thoroughly 
prepared in the sciences on the one hand and 
well versed in the liberal arts on the other. 
Science and non-science majors are equally 
considered. 

Although most applicants will have completed 
four years of college, possession of an 
undergraduate degree is not a requirement of 
candidates for the degree of Doctor of 
Medicine from Cornell University. Candidates 
exhibiting exceptional educational and personal 
initiative and development may be seriously 
considered for early admission to the study of 
medicine at Cornell. 

For admission, Cornell University Medical 
College requires the satisfactory completion of 
at least six semester credit hours in each of the 
following subjects: English, physics, biology or 
zoology, general chemistry, and organic 
chemistry. Candidates must realize that a 
thorough basic training in scientific concepts 
and methods can only be acquired through 
rigorous laboratory experience; at least two 
terms of biological science beyond the 
introductory level, for instance, are recom- 
mended for non-science majors. Science 
majors, however, must not overlook the broad 
educational value of study in the humanities 
and social sciences. In any case, candidates 
planning premedical work should pursue 
subjects that provide a broad foundation for 
medical study rather than attempt to anticipate 
courses required in the medical curriculum. 

All applicants are required to take the Medical 
College Admissions Test (MCAT), viewed by 
the Admissions Committee as evidence of 
minimal academic competence and as a 
standardized test which allows appropriate 
comparisons. 



Application 

Application to Cornell University Medical 
College must be made through the American 
Medical College Application Service (AMCAS) - 
Suite 301, 1776 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, 
Washington, DC 20036-1989. AMCAS is the 
sole distributor of application forms and 
instructions, which can be obtained upon 
request. After Cornell receives the AMCAS 
application, additional information will be 
requested and instructions will be given about 
the submission of letters of evaluation. 
Evaluations by a premedical advisory commit- 
tee is preferred. If this is not available, the 
applicant may substitute two letters of 
evaluation from members of the undergraduate 
science faculty who are well acquainted with 
the student. A $50 application fee must 
accompany the supplementary application 
form. The fee may be waived for financial 
reasons for those applicants eligible for waivers 
of the AMCAS fee. 

When the Admissions Committee receives the 
supplementary information, the letters of 
evaluation, and the application fee, it will 
carefully review the completed application and 
select students for personal interviews. 
Students invited for personal interviews will be 
those, among the large number of applicants, 
who will be most seriously considered for 
acceptance. 

The committee will notify applicants of its 
decision after March 1. Applicants who are 
accepted have two weeks following receipt of 
their letter of acceptance to secure a place in 
the class by sending a $100 deposit. This 
deposit is deductible from the first tuition 
payment. 



Two medical students with a young patient 



22 Admissions 



Selection 

From an applicant pool of approximately 5,000, 
the Admissions Committee each year selects a 
class of one hundred and one students. Given 
such numbers, the Medical College clearly 
receives applications from many more 
candidates meeting the basic qualifications for 
the study of medicine than it can possibly 
accept. In addition to objective criteria, 
therefore, evaluation of applicants also involves 
subjective judgments including an assessment 
of student motivation, maturity, stability, and 
other factors deemed by the faculty to be 
essential for the education of an effective and 
competent physician. 

To be seriously considered for admission, 
candidates must complete the required course 
work and demonstrate superior academic 
accomplishment at the undergraduate level. 
They also must be of good moral character and 
possess the requisite sensory, cognitive, motor, 
and organizational skills - including the ability 
to synthesize and apply knowledge - which are 
necessary to master the entire curriculum of the 
Medical College. 

Cornell attempts to maintain a heterogeneous 
student body by selecting well-qualified 
students from diverse economic, geographic, 
academic, and racial backgrounds. The 
number of students accepted from any one 
college, region, race, or sex thus may vary from 
year to year. Well-motivated students from 
particularly adverse economic or social 
backgrounds who have had substandard 
educational opportunities are seriously 
considered. 

University policy actively supports equality of 
educational and employment opportunity. No 
person shall be denied admission to any 
educational program or activity or be denied 
employment on the basis of any legally 
prohibited discrimination involving, but not 
limited to, race, color, creed, religion, national 
or ethnic origin, sex, age, or handicap. Cornell 
is committed to the maintenance of affirmative 
action programs which will assure the 
continuation of such equality of opportunity. 

All policies regarding admission, employment, 
and educational programs and activities are 
established and administered in conformity 
with the Education Practices Act of New York, 
as well as state and federal civil rights laws, 
specifically including Title IX of the Education 
Amendments Act of 1972, and regulations 
thereunder, prohibiting practices or policies in 
admissions, education programs or employ- 
ment that are in any way discriminatory on the 
basis of sex. 



Early Decision Program 

The early decision program (EDP) provides an 
excellent opportunity for admission to those 
highly qualified applicants who are interested 
in attending Cornell University Medical College. 
Applications are accepted until August 15 and 
are processed through the American Medical 
College Application Service (AMCAS). All EDP 
applicants will be notified of their EDP status 
by October 1. Accepted candidates are not 
eligible to apply to any other medical school 
and must enroll at Cornell the following 
September. Candidates not accepted will be 
deferred for consideration with the regular pool 
of candidates and notified of their final 
admissions decision in March. However, these 
applicants are eligible to apply to other medical 
schools in the interim. Please contact the 
Office of Admissions for further information. 

Advanced Standing 

When vacancies occur in the second or third- 
year classes, students may be admitted with 
advanced standing. Only those students who 
have completed and passed examinations in 
the equivalent basic science course work as full 
time matriculated medical students in LCME 
accredited medical schools are eligible for 
consideration for transfer to Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Applicants must submit the formal application 
for admission with advanced standing as well 
as official transcripts of all prior academic 
work. Applicants must also submit two letters 
of evaluation from their medical school basic 
science faculty, as well as a letter from the 
Dean of Student Affairs stating that the student 
is in good academic standing. These candi- 
dates must furthermore have fulfilled the 
requirements for admission to the first-year 
class at Cornell University Medical College. 
They may be required to take examinations in 
any medical school course taken in another 
school. Applications and additional informa- 
tion may be obtained in January of the year for 
which admission is sought. Applicants should 
apply to the Office of Admissions, 445 East 
69th Street, New York, New York, 10021. 
Those who are accepted must send a $100 
deposit, which is deductible from the first 
tuition payment. 



Admissions 23 



Visiting Students Summer Fellowship Program for 

Minority Students 

A summer fellowship program for minority- 
group students at the Medical College aims 
specifically to add to the number of minority- 
group students currently in medical schools 
and, in general, to increase awareness among 
the minorities of the great variety of medical 
career opportunities. Promising premedical 
students who have completed their junior year 
spend seven weeks as summer fellows at the 
Medical College. 

Fellows work four days a week at a variety of 
research activities with faculty sponsors from 
different departments. The students in this 
program are often involved jointly with medical 
students who hold similar fellowships. 
Students take a specially designed course in 
cardiovascular physiology and participate in a 
series of seminars about community health 
problems. Minority physicians from the faculty 
discuss the practical aspects of a range of 
medical specialties, and advanced year medical 
students take summer fellows on evening 
rounds in The New York Hospital. 

Information regarding fellowship application 
and all other aspects of minority group 
admissions can be obtained by writing to Bruce 
L. Ballard, M.D., Associate Dean, Cornell 
University Medical College. Application should 
be made after the first semester of the junior 
year, and not later than March 1. 



Second year students reviewing pathology lessons in the College 's "Pathmac" Lab 




V isiting students are candidates for the M.D. 
degree at other LCME-accredited medical 
schools who have been selected and approved 
to take fourth-year elective courses offered by 
Cornell University Medical College. Application 
to any elective course is made through the 
Office of Academic Affairs. A letter of 
recommendation from the Academic Dean of 
the parent medical school and a Student Health 
Form must accompany the student's applica- 
tion. A visiting student may participate in no 
more than eight weeks of elective courses 
during any academic year. The student's 
parent school must provide adequate profes- 
sional liability insurance to cover the student's 
activities while in attendance at Cornell 
University Medical College. Cornell will not 
charge tuition. 

Auditing Students 

Auditing students are individuals who attend 
lecture courses at the discretion and with the 
permission of the department chairman. No 
courses offered by clinical departments may be 
audited. Records will not be maintained. 
Students who audit courses will receive no 
credit, and may not take final examinations. 



Educational Policies 
and Plan of Instruction 



The Medical College is divided into seventeen 
departments. Seven departments are con- 
cerned primarily with the sciences underlying 
clinical medicine - the Departments of 
Biochemistry, Cell Biology and Anatomy, 
Microbiology, Pathology, Pharmacology, 
Physiology and Biophysics, and Public Health. 
The other ten departments focus upon the 
study, treatment, and prevention of human 
diseases, and maternity care - the Departments 
of Anesthesiology, Medicine, Neurology and 
Neuroscience, Obstetrics and Gynecology, 
Ophthalmology, Otorhinolaryngology, 
Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Radiology, and Surgery. 

The Executive Faculty Council and General 
Faculty Council share the responsibility for all 
policies at the Medical College. Executive 
Council members are academic administrative 
officers or chairmen of those departments with 
major teaching commitments to medical 
students. Elected faculty representatives from 
all Medical College departments comprise the 
General Faculty Council. Each of the four 
classes of medical students elects representa- 
tives to the Medical Student Executive 
Committee, which serves as a forum for student 
opinion and for communication between 
faculty and students. The Curriculum Commit- 
tee is chaired by the Senior Associate Dean for 
Academic Affairs and consists of the chairman 
or designated faculty representative from each 
department and a student representative from 
each class. This committee is ultimately 
responsible for evaluation, planning and 
implementation of the medical college 
curriculum. 

Courses in each department are arranged in 
sequence and duration to develop logically the 
knowledge and training of Cornell medical 
students. Departments offer courses that must 
be completed before the Doctor of Medicine 
degree can be conferred. The required period 
of study at Cornell University Medical College 
extends over four academic years of at least 
thirty-two weeks each. 



Teaching rounds in medicine 



With the continual goal of maintaining and 
furthering the high standards of the academic 
programs at Cornell, the faculty reserves the 
right to make changes in the curriculum at any 
time. A recent, significant change involved the 
implementation of a new curriculum at the 
Medical College. 

The result of three years of faculty effort, the 
new curriculum reflects a widespread reassess- 
ment in the field of medicine that is beginning 
to reshape medical education for the first time 
in 60 years. One of the major objectives of the 
new curriculum is an emphasis on self- 
education by students. Students are now 
spending less time in formal classroom 
instruction and more time learning in small 
groups or individually through independent 
study. Problem-solving and critical thinking 
skills are emphasized, imparting to students the 
resources by which they may, on their own, 
absorb and evaluate the ever-increasing amount 
of new scientific knowledge, both during their 
years of post-doctoral training and in practice. 

The various Medical College departments offer 
courses and opportunities for special study to 
students in the Medical College, to candidates 
for advanced degrees in the Graduate School of 
Medical Sciences, and to qualified students of 
medicine from schools accredited by the 
Liaison Committee on Medical Education. 

A thesis is not required for graduation, but a 
student's independent work may produce 
results worthy of publication and qualify the 
student for the degree of Doctor of Medicine 
with Honors in Research. Students are urged to 
devote time to a single subject in which they 
have a special interest. Great technical 
proficiency in all of the various fields of clinical 
medicine is not expected during the regular 
medical course, but must await further training 
after graduation. 

However intensive a period of study medical 
school may be, only a small part of the medical 
knowledge needed for a successful career in 
medicine can be acquired in four years as a 
medical student. Prospective physicians further 
devote at least one year, and usually many 
more years, to graduate medical education in 
preparation for the practice of medicine - as an 
intern or resident in a hospital, either in clinical 
or laboratory work or both. 



26 Educational Policies and Plan of Instruction 



First- Year Curriculum 

The first year of study is devoted to cell biology 
and anatomy, biochemistry, physiology, 
neuroscience, biostatistics, epidemiology, 
systems of health care, psychiatry, and 
introductory medicine (including the basic 
interviewing techniques and the sociological 
determinants of disease). These courses offer 
clinical conferences to illustrate the application 
of the basic sciences to clinical medicine. 
Elective time provides students the opportunity 
to participate in basic science electives or 
research. 

Second- Year Curriculum 

In the second year, the basic sciences of 
microbiology, pharmacology, immunology, and 
a major new course in pathophysiology are 
completed and the full-time clinical curriculum 
is begun with physical diagnosis, neurology, 
psychiatry, and public health. Weekly clinical 
pathological conferences are scheduled to 
integrate the basic and clinical sciences. As in 
the first year, students may participate in basic 
science electives or research, with an emphasis 
on problem-solving, critical thinking, and 
understanding the basic science literature. 

Third- Year Curriculum 

The third-year curriculum begins with 
introduction offered concurrently in the month 
of July. These courses are followed by 48 
weeks of clerkships lasting from two to twelve 
weeks each in all the major clinical fields, 
including medicine, neurology, obstetrics and 
gynecology, pediatrics, psychiatry, radiology, 
and surgery, as well as public health. Students 
completing this clinical core curriculum are 
sufficiently acquainted with the various clinical 
specialties to identify their primary areas of 
interest, both in the clinical and basic science 
fields. Accordingly, they are prepared to plan 
an educational program for their final year in 
medical school that is best suited to their 
interests. 

In the spring of the third year, each student 
chooses a senior faculty member as an adviser 
to help in planning the fourth-year program. 



Fourth-Year Curriculum 

During the fourth year, students correlate their 
preceding medical school experiences and 
begin to function effectively in the physician's 
role while sharpening their clinical skills in 
preparation for residency training. Students are 
required to take four months of selectives and 
four months of electives in the fourth year. 
Required selectives include one month of 
ambulatory care medicine or pediatrics, a one- 
month subinternship in either general medicine 
or pediatrics, one month of basic science 
teaching or research in basic science or clinical 
medicine, and a one-month rotation, half of 
which is a public health clerkship and half of 
which is an anesthesiology-critical care 
clerkship. 

The Fourth Year Course Catalog describes the 
numerous opportunities available in the 
Medical College. Other electives in the Medical 
College or in other educational institutions may 
be arranged with the approval of the student's 
advisor and the Dean's Office. 

The various Medical College departments will 
offer courses and opportunities for special 
study to students in the Medical College, to 
candidates for advanced degrees in the 
Graduate School of Medical Sciences, and to 
qualified students of medicine from schools 
accredited by the Liaison Committee on 
Medical Education. 



William Berg, class of 1991, working at the 
electron microscope under tutelage of Dr. Joel 
Pardee, Associate Professor of Cell Biology and 
Anatomy 



Special Programs 



One Year Research Fellowships 

A number of opportunities are available for 
Cornell University Medical College students to 
spend a year in investigative work in the basic 
or clinical sciences after at least one year of 
study. Students participating in such a research 
fellowship program may submit their research 
for consideration for the Doctor of Medicine 
with Honors in Research degree. Fellows doing 
research at Cornell or its affiliates must pay a 
matriculation fee to maintain enrollment status 
and are eligible for Medical College housing, 
the Student Health Plan, and loan deferment. 

Medical Scientist Training 
Programs (M.D.-Ph.D.) 

These programs are designed to expose a 
student to medical and graduate disciplines 
during a six-year course of study. Skills 
received in basic research combined with 
experience in a clinical setting will prepare 
graduates from this program to pursue 
investigative careers in the biomedical sciences 
or in clinical medicine. 

The student spends the first two years as a 
medical student studying the basic medical 
sciences and attending regular graduate 
seminars. The summer months are spent in the 
laboratory learning experimental techniques 
and doing research. Years three, four, and five 
of the student's program are spent as a full-time 
graduate student and are devoted mainly to 
laboratory research and thesis writing. The 
sixth year of the program is devoted to clinical 
clerkships. Six years is the minimum time 
during which a student can meet residence 
requirements for both the M.D. and Ph.D. 
degrees. 

Applicants to these programs must be 
rigorously prepared in undergraduate science 
and display an early commitment to a career 
combining both clinical and laboratory 
research. Accepted students become M.D.- 
Ph.D. Fellows and receive a full tuition 
scholarship and stipend covering living 
expenses for all six years. 



Cornell University Medical College participates 
in two Medical Scientist Training Programs: 

1. M.D -Ph D. Program with the Cornell 
University Graduate School of Medical 
Sciences: Preclinical and clinical training are 
provided by the faculty of Cornell University 
Medical College. Graduate education in the 
biomedical sciences is offered under the 
direction of faculty members of the Graduate 
School of Medical Sciences in research 
laboratories located at the Medical College 
and at the Sloan-Kettering Institute. Students 
receive the Ph.D. degree from Cornell 
University. 

2. M.D.-Ph.D. Program with The Rockefeller 
University: Students in this program pursue 
their medical education at the Cornell Uni- 
versity Medical College and their graduate 
education in the many areas of study 
available at the adjacent Rockefeller 
University, under the direction of the 
Rockefeller faculty. Students completing this 
program receive the Ph.D. degree from The 
Rockefeller University. 

Applicants to the first program must simultane- 
ously satisfy the separate requirements for 
admission to Cornell University Medical College 
and to the Graduate School of Medical 
Sciences. After screening, selected applicants 
will be invited to visit the Medical Center and 
meet with members of the faculty of the 
medical and graduate programs. 

For additional information about the first 
program including application procedures, 
contact: Cornell University Graduate School of 
Medical Sciences, 1300 York Avenue, New 
York, N.Y. 10021 (212/746-6565). Information 
and application forms for the Rockefeller 
program may be obtained from the Dean's 
Office, The Rockefeller University, York 
Avenue and 66th Street, New York, N.Y. 10021 
(212/570-8086). 



Special Programs 29 



Graduate School of Medical 
Sciences 

The Graduate School of Medical Sciences is a 
semi-autonomous component of the Graduate 
School of Cornell University, providing 
opportunities for advanced study and research 
training in specific areas of the biomedical 
sciences. Collaborative programs with Cornell 
University- Medical College lead to the 
combined degrees of Doctor of Medicine and 
Doctor of Philosophy, as outlined above. 
Overall, the various programs of the Graduate 
School aim to prepare students for careers in 
research and training in the basic biomedical 
sciences or in clinical medicine. 

The faculty of the Graduate School of Medical 
Sciences is drawn primarily from the profes- 
sional staff of the basic sciences departments of 
Cornell University Medical College, and from 
those professional staff members who hold 
appointments in the neighboring Sloan- 
Kettering Institute for Cancer Research. 

Graduate students have available all of the 
facilities of the Cornell University Medical 
College and the Sloan-Kettering Institute for 
Cancer Research. In addition to libraries and 
recreational resources, these facilities include 
modern laboratories and state-of-the-art 
research equipment. 

Detailed information on the Graduate School 
can be found in the Announcement of the 
Graduate School of Medical Sciences, available 
through the office of the Cornell University 
Graduate School of Medical Sciences, 1300 
York Avenue, New York, NY 10021 (212/746- 
6565). 



Cornell Scholars in Biomedical 
Sciences and Clinical 
Investigation 

A career development program funded by the 
income from an anonymous gift, this program 
is designed to attract unusually promising 
young investigators to the Medical College. 
Eligible candidates must hold M.D. or Ph.D. 
degrees and qualify for the rank of Assistant 
Professor. Successful candidates receive 
research awards in the amount of $200,000, 
payable over a three-year period. Nominations 
for the Award originate with the chairman of 
the department offering the appointment, and 
selection is based on recommendations made 
after review by an external Advisory Commit- 
tee, consisting of Baruj Benacerraf, M.D., 
Seymour S. Kety, M.D., Arthur Kornberg, M.D., 
Helen Ranney, M.D., and James D. Watson, 
Ph.D. The following faculty have received these 
awards: 

1984; Francis Barany, Ph.D. (Microbiology), 
Daniel A. Nachshen, Ph.D. (Physiology) 
(deceased), Leonard S. Schleifer, M.D., Ph.D. 
(Neurology) 

1985; Moses Chao, Ph.D. (Cell Biology and 
Anatomy), David N. Posnett, M.D. (Medicine) 

1986; Joelle Gabay, Ph.D. (Medicine) 

1987; Anthony M.C. Brown (Cell Biology and 
Anatomy) and Jonathan D. Victor, M.D., Ph.D. 
(Neurology) 

1988; Kuo-Chi Cheng, Ph.D. (Pediatrics), Steven 
A. Goldman, M.D., Ph.D. (Neurology) 

1989; Monika D. Lusky, Ph.D. (Microbiology), 
Paul J. Deutsch, M.D., Ph.D. (medicine) 



Student volunteer teaching grade-schoolers in P.S. 146 on "Health Day" 




Student Life 



Although part of a large, world renowned 
biomedical complex, Cornell University Medical 
College can be seen at the same time as a 
small, well-defined community. Not only do 
95% of Medical College students live within a 
two-block area surrounding the classrooms and 
laboratories, but also the college's upper East 
Side location in Manhattan offers comfort and 
convenience as a self-contained, safe, residen- 
tial neighborhood. 

This unique community is dramatically 
augmented by its location within one of the 
world's great cities — a city that classes of 
Cornell students learn to explore and enjoy 
each year. New York City presents to students 
of the Medical College an unparalleled range of 
cultural and recreational activities — many 
within walking distance, and all easily 
accessible on public transportation. The 
exhilarating island of Manhattan is only thirteen 
miles long and much of the world's best art, 
music, theatre, cinema, sports, and food is 
literally at the doorstep of every Medical 
College student. 

Student Housing 

Cornell University Medical College guarantees 
furnished housing to its students, in one of 
three University-owned buildings. F.W. Olin 
Hall, located at 445 East 69th Street, is directly 
across from the York Avenue entrance to the 
Medical College. The ten-story Olin Hall 
contains 260 living units, plus a gymnasium, 
student lounge, and library. Each student room 
is furnished as a single bedroom-study. Since 
two rooms have a connecting bath, they may 
be used as a suite for two students, if desired. 
All first-year students live in Olin Hall. 

Housing for first-year students requiring family 
accommodations and all upper-class students is 
available in Livingston-Farrand Apartments and 
in the Jacob S. Lasdon House. Both buildings 
contain studio, one-bedroom, and two- 
bedroom apartments. To provide maximum 
utilization of housing space, two single students 



are assigned to one-bedroom apartments, while 
three single students are assigned to two- 
bedroom apartments. A limited number of 
Livingston-Farrand studios are available for 
single upper-class students. Students requiring 
family accommodations are assigned to housing 
units based on family size and need. 

Medical College students pay rents that are well 
below standard rent levels on the upper East 
Side. The student housing fee for Olin Hall in 
1989-1990 is $241 per month. In Lasdon House 
and Livingston-Farrand, fees per student in 
shared apartments average $310 per month. 
Housing fees in all buildings are subject to 
change. 

Student Health Care 

The Student Health Care Plan of Cornell 
University Medical College provides hospitaliza- 
tion and major medical insurance for all 
medical students. The plan also provides for 
ambulatory care at the Student Health Service. 
Physicians at the Health Service will refer 
students who require specialized care to 
attending physicians of the staff. Each 
incoming student receives information 
concerning the Student Health Service along 
with a complete statement of the benefits 
provided by the plan. 

The cost of medical services provided by the 
plan is included in the tuition charged by the 
College each academic year. Students are 
issued membership cards in the plan and 
receive courtesy privileges at The New York 
Hospital pharmacy. 

Entering students must have a physical 
examination, chest x-ray, and laboratory tests 
performed by their personal physicians prior to 
matriculation. Students may purchase 
insurance coverage for eligible dependents 
who do not have other insurance available to 
them. Insured dependents are not eligible for 
care at the Student Health Service. 



Scene from one of the four annual class 
Christmas shows 



32 Student Life 



Student Organizations and 
Societies 

There are many student organizations at the 
Medical College, and students are selected each 
year to be Cornell representatives to national 
organizations involved with medical education. 
As the interests of the student body change, 
new groups are often formed. In the past few 
years, organizations or clubs have been 
established involving religious activity, nuclear 
disarmament, athletics, film, literature, 
photography, and chamber music. There are 
active men's and women's rugby teams, along 
with student participation in swimming, 
basketball, aerobics, soccer, squash, tennis, and 
weightlifting at or near the Medical College. 

Alpha Omega Alpha 

Alpha Omega Alpha is a medical college honor 
society. Membership is based upon outstand- 
ing scholastic achievement in the Medical 
College curriculum. The Cornell chapter of 
A. OA., organized in 1910, sponsors an annual 
visiting professorship and an annual lecture. 

Members elected from the graduating class of 
1989 were: Caroline Amadeo, Nathan Bahary, 
Karen R. Brandt, Richard D. Demopoulos, 
Abhijit V. Deshmukh, Richard S. Jennis, Glenn 
S. Kroog, David H. Montgomery, Antonia S. 
New, James K. Roberts, Scott A. Rodeo, Linda 
R. Sanderson, Daniel H. Sterman, Jesse Wagner, 
David S. Weinberg, Howard L. Weiner. 

In addition, the following were elected junior 
members in A O. A. based on their outstanding 
performance during their first two years in the 
Medical College: David M. Campanelli, Amy J. 
Coene, John C. L'Insalata, Daniel A. Medalie, 
Gregory A. Myers. 

American Medical Student Association 
(AMSA) is a national organization. There are 
fourteen national task forces concerned with 
areas such as International Health, Minority 
Affairs, Aging, and Adolescent Health. At 
Cornell, AMSA enables students to investigate 
areas of medicine not included in the curricu- 
lum through meetings and projects which have 
a direct impact on the community. 



Medical Student Executive Council 

The Medical Student Executive Council (MSEC) 
is the equivalent of student government at the 
Medical College. Composed of four elected 
representatives and the president of each class, 
MSEC acts as a liaison between administration 
and students to coordinate student activities 
and form student opinion. MSEC appoints 
student members to Faculty Councils and 
provides funding for a large number of student 
activities. 

Office of Women in Medicine The Office of 
Women in Medicine (OWIM) is an organization 
composed of women physicians, faculty 
members, hospital personnel, and students 
associated with Cornell University Medical 
College and its affiliated institutions. OWIM 
works closely with the Cornell branch of the 
American Medical Women's Association. The 
OWIM office is both a reference and casual 
meeting room for members. OWIM sponsors 
and co-sponsors a variety of events each year, 
including movies, speakers, and workshops 
dealing with women and health care. 

Phi Delta Epsilon A revitalized Alpha Chapter 
of this national fraternity, founded at Cornell 
early in the century, was organized in 1985. 
Phi Delta is active in community service, and 
serves as a clearinghouse for international 
projects. 

Students for Equal Opportunity in Medicine 

Students for Equal Opportunity in Medicine is 
an organization of minority students at Cornell 
University Medical College. The organization 
currently includes nationally recognized 
chapters of the Student National Medical 
Association (SNMA), the Boriqua Health 
Organization (BHO), and the National Chicano 
Health Organization. The goals of the 
organization are: to increase the recruitment 
and retention of Blacks, Latinos, and other 
underrepresented groups at the Medical 
College; to provide a forum in which issues 
relating to the aforementioned groups may be 
aired; and to plan and implement outreach 
programs in the neighboring black and Latino 
communities, such as health screenings and 
high school projects. 



Alumni Association 



Each graduate of Cornell University Medical 
College is automatically considered a member 
of the Alumni Association. The activities of the 
association include a biennial reunion and 
banquet, student and faculty parties and 
meetings, and panel discussions on topics of 
general interest. The association supports 
many student programs including career 
seminars, athletic activities and summer 
research opportunities through the David Barr 
Fellowship Program. Each class elects a 
representative to serve on the alumni associa- 
tion board of directors. In addition, the 
Alumni Quarterly is sent to all alumni, faculty 
members and students. The association 
maintains an office at 1305 York Avenue. An 
annual appeal for funds for the Medical College 
is made to members of the association. 



President: Jack Richard '53 
Vice-President: Lewis M. Drusin '64 
Secretary: Gene Resnick 74 
Treasurer: Dianne D. Aronian 72 

Chairman, Medical College Fund: 

Lewis M. Drusin '64 
Editor, Alumni Quarterly. C. Richard Minick '60 

Directors: Diane Bloomfield '82 

Lloyd R. Dropkin 70 
Stephen Ettinghausen 78 
Terry Hensle '68 
Donald W. Hoskins '57 
J. Ralph Macfarlane '59 
Francis Perrone '50 
Susan C. Stewart '66 

Managing Director: Joan Steinbach 




Advancement and 
Graduation 



Qualifications 



The evaluation of students for advancement 
from year to year involves objective criteria and 
subjective judgments similar to those employed 
in the admission process. To be considered for 
advancement, individuals must have satisfacto- 
rily completed all required medical college 
course work for that year and must demon- 
strate motivation, maturity, stability, sound 
judgment, a sense of responsibility, and good 
moral character. In addition to proper sensory 
perception and appropriate cognitive, motor, 
and organizational skills, students must display 
the ability to synthesize and apply knowledge, 
and possess other attributes deemed essential 
by the faculty to the making of a safe and 
effective physician. 

The Medical College curriculum is divided into 
four successive academic years. At the end of 
each academic term, a student's performance in 
all required and elective courses is evaluated 
and recorded. The final grade in a course is 
determined by the appropriate department after 
evaluation of student performance in all aspects 
of the course work, including examinations. 

At the conclusion of each academic year, a 
student's overall performance, based on the 
results of evaluations in all of the courses in the 
curriculum of that year, is reviewed by the 
Committee on Promotion and Graduation. 



Commencement excercises, 1989 



Dismissal 

Students may be dismissed for the following 
reasons: (1) failure to pass required course 
work or to remedy failures as provided in the 
Guidelines for Promotion and Graduation, (2) 
violation of the Code of Professional Conduct, 
which outlines the principles of academic 
integrity expected of every Cornell medical 
student; (3) a determination by the faculty, 
after an opportunity to be heard, of failure to 
meet the standards of fitness for medicine set 
forth in the section on qualifications for 
advancement and graduation. Violations of the 
Drug and Alcohol Policy of the Medical College 
will be reviewed to determine fitness for 
medicine as explained in the Student Hand- 
book. 

Graduation 

The award of the degree of Doctor of Medicine 
attests to the individual's successful completion 
of the curriculum and qualification to practice 
the profession effectively and skillfully. The 
faculty does not believe that the degree can or 
should be awarded subject to any restrictions 
or modifications, and reserves the right to 
withhold the granting of a degree to any 
person whose ability to practice medicine 
safely and effectively is impaired. Graduation 
from Cornell University Medical College fulfills 
one of the requirements necessary to apply for 
a license as a physician in the various states. 
Most Cornell graduates, however, pursue 
further training. 

Candidates for the degree of Doctor of 
Medicine must be at least 21 years old and be 
of good moral character. They must have 
completed successfully four full courses of at 
least eight months each as regular matriculated 
medical students. All required work of the 
medical curriculum must be completed and all 
prescribed examinations passed. Every 
candidate for a degree must pay, or satisfact >- 
rily arrange to pay, all accounts due to the 
University at least ten days before Commence- 
ment. 



36 Advancement and Graduation 



Examinations for Medical 
Licensure 

Graduates of Cornell University Medical College 
are admitted unconditionally to the examina- 
tions for license to practice medicine in all 
states of the United States. Certified students 
and graduates of Cornell University Medical 
College are admitted to the examinations of the 
National Board of Medical Examiners, whose 
certificate is recognized by a majority of the 
state and federal territory licensing agencies 
and by the respective authorities of England, 
Scotland, and Ireland. Although national in 
scope and organized under the laws of the 
District of Columbia, the National Board of 
Medical Examiners is not to be confused with a 
federal governmental agency. For information, 
write to the National Board of Medical 
Examiners, 3930 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, 
PA 19104. 



Receiving the Cornell Medical College hood from Drs Dineen, Professor of Surgery and Peterson, 
Clinical Professor of Neurology 




The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 
1974 as amended prohibits the release of 
educational records by institutions without the 
specific consent of the student or graduate. 

Any student or graduate may request that a 
transcript of his or her Medical College record 
be mailed to accredited hospitals and to 
educational or other recognized institutions as 
credentials in support of an application for a 
position or promotion. All transcripts are 
marked "confidential" and carry the instruction 
that they are not to be turned over to the 
candidate. This rule exists to avoid possible 
loss and fraudulent use of an official document 
of the Medical College. Students or alumni 
may send their requests to the Registrar, Office 
of Academic Affairs, Room C-118, Cornell 
University Medical College, 1300 York Avenue, 
New York, New York, 10021. 



Financial Information 



Fees and Expenses 

All fees for instruction and other charges are 
paid at the Student Accounting Office of the 
Medical College, Olin Hall, Room 230. 

Initial Fees 

Application fee A nonrefundable charge of 
$50 is made for reviewing each application. 

Acceptance deposit After being notified of 
their acceptance, admitted students are given a 
limited time (usually two weeks) to decide if 
they will enroll in the entering class. A longer 
period is given if students are waiting for 
financial aid information before deciding if they 
will enroll in the entering class. A student's 
name is placed on the class list only after the 
$100 acceptance deposit is paid. The deposit is 
credited toward the tuition charge; it may be 
refunded if the student withdraws before 
June 15. 

Tuition 

Tuition for the academic year 1989-1990 is 
$18,100. Tuition is paid in two equal install- 
ments - one made by the first day of classes, 
the second by January 15, 1990. 

Included in the tuition fee are the matriculation 
fee and charges for student health insurance 
and the student health service. 

Any individual who owes money to the 
University will not be allowed to register or re- 
register in the University, receive a transcript of 
his or her record, have his or her academic- 
credits certified, be granted a leave of absence, 
apply for or retain student housing, or have a 
degree certified. 



Refund Policy 



If a student terminates his or her Medical 
College registration by official leave of absence 
or withdrawal, tuition will be charged from the 
first day of the quarter in progress to the 
effective date of the leave of absence or 
withdrawal as recorded in the Office of 
Academic Affairs. No tuition for the quarter 
will be charged, however, if the effective date 
of the withdrawal or leave of absence is within 
the first six days of the quarter. 

If the date of withdrawal or leave of absence is 
effective after the first six days of the quarter, 
tuition for that quarter will be retained in the 
following amount: 15 percent for a week or 
fraction of a week following the first six days; 
30 percent for the second following week; third 
following week, 50 percent; fourth following 
week, 75 percent; fifth following week, 100 
percent. Financial aid refunds are prorated in 
the same way if a student withdraws. 

Books, Equipment, and 
Microscopes 

The average cost of books, equipment and 
microscope rental is approximately $1000 in the 
first year. Binocular microscopes are available 
for rental. Information will be furnished to 
each entering student before registration. 

Financial Aid 

Cornell is concerned about the high cost of 
medical education. The Medical College 
accepts students without regard for their 
financial status and is committed to assist them 
in meeting their expenses for the full four-year 
program. Financial aid resources at Cornell 
are, per student, among the largest of any 
American medical school. The college 
administers nearly one hundred scholarship 
and loan funds through the generosity of many 
alumni, friends and organizations. These funds 
are available through the income from 
endowments and annual gifts. 



38 Financial Information 



Financial aid is awarded only on the basis of 
demonstrated need, as determined by analysis 
of income and assets of students and their 
families. All students accepted to Cornell are 
considered to have exceptional merit; there are 
no special merit scholarships. To qualify for 
financial aid, students must provide information 
about parents' finances. Needs analysis for 
Cornell financial aid is undertaken by 
GAPSFAS, a national service used by most 
graduate and professional schools. Applica- 
tions are filed annually with GAPSFAS, CN 
6660, Princeton, NJ 08541-6660. Married 
students are expected to provide information 
on their spouse's income and assets. Changing 
circumstances are taken into account in each 
year's review, including other children in 
college, and parents' ages, retirement needs, 
and health. 

To be eligible for financial assistance at Cornell 
University Medical College, a student must be 
in good academic standing and making 
satisfactory progress according to the Guide- 
lines for Promotion and Graduation of the 
Medical College, printed annually in the 
Student Handbook. The Financial Aid 
Committee comprised of faculty, administrators, 
and students determines the year's student 
budgets and the mix of grants and loans. The 
budget for first-year students in 1989-1990, 
totalling $25,900, includes: tuition, $18,100; 
Olin Hall rent, $2,350; food, $2,340; books and 
equipment, $1,035 and personal, $2,075. 

A student financial aid package includes family 
contribution, summer savings, and a portion of 
student assets. In 1989-1990, first-year students 
are expected to borrow $7,500 from the federal 
guaranteed loan program and $4,500 from 
Cornell's own subsidized loans. Any remaining 
deficit is met with a grant. Students who 
obtain outside scholarship aid reduce their 
required loans. 

Most loans are subsidized and deferred during 
residency training with long repayment periods. 
Because the Medical College does not wish a 
student's career to be influenced by debt, 
Cornell has developed a loan program 
involving reduced repayments and possible 
loan forgiveness for those graduates who go on 
to careers in lower paying fields such as 
research and academic medicine, in primary 
care practices in areas with shortages of 
physicians, or in developing countries. 
Another Cornell program involves substantial 
loan forgiveness in exchange for a commitment 
to serve after residency on the staff of the 



Catholic Medical center of Brooklyn and 
Queens, which is affiliated with the Medical 
College. 

Cornell's Office of Student Financial Aid 
provides comprehensive financial information 
to applicants as well as individual counseling 
throughout the student's education, including 
advice on budgeting and debt management. 
The office seeks ways to ease the financial 
burden on students by providing information 
on outside grants and loans; and summer, part- 
time, and spouse's employment. 



Foreign Students 



Foreign students who are not citizens or 
permanent residents of the United States are 
generally not eligible for Medical College 
financial aid because of federal restrictions on 
funds included in the aid program. Any foreign 
student who applies for admission will be 
accepted only under the following terms: on or 
before July 1 of the year of matriculation, the 
accepted student must deposit in an escrow 
account (to be established under terms 
acceptable to the school) funds sufficient to 
meet tuition charges for the total period of 
enrollment. Details of these requirements will 
be sent in letters of acceptance. Exceptions to 
these terms are made only in unusual circum- 
stances when documented outside support is 
available. 



Dr. David Hajjar, Professor of Pathology and 
Biochemistry 



Departments of 
Instruction 



ANESTHESIOLOGY 

Professor Emeritus of Anesthesiology 

J.F. Artusio. Jr., W.S. Howland 

Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Anesthesiology 

B.E. Marbury 

Professors of Anesthesiology 

JJ. Savarese, Joseph F. Artusio, Jr., Professor of 
Anesthesiology, chairman; R.F. Bedford, C.E. 
Short, A. Van Poznak 

Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology 

M.J. Topkins 

Associate Professors of Anesthesiology 

SJ. Thomas, B.W. Urban 

Associate Professors of Clinical 
Anesthesiology 

G. C. Carlon, V. Malhotra, M.G. Pratila, M. 
Tjeuw, D.D. Vuckovic, F-S.F. Yao 

Clinical Associate Professors of 
Anesthesiology 

H. L. Erlanger, J. Y. F. Ngeow, K.V. Sanborn, 
P.F.R. Walker 

Assistant Professors of Anesthesiology 

S.M. Barst, O.E. Delvalle, D.P. Desiderio, M.H. 
Dinner, R.H. Edmundson, L.R. Ferrari, S.A. 
Fiamengo, M E. Fischer, J. Fong, F.M.F. Gadalla, 
G.S. Hartman, P. Illner, S. Jain, S R. Jalandoni, 
R.E. Kelly, H.D. Koff, A.C. Kolker, J.L. Kramer, 
R.A. Kross, T.T. Kudlack, W.L. Marx, AG. 
Messina, J. P. Ragasa, R.H. Rodman, H.L. 
Rosner, E. Sia-Kho, R.L. Slepian, A C. Thorne, 
R.A. Veselis, M.D. Weibman 

Dr. Domenick J. Falcone, Assistant Professor of 
Pathology and Cell Biology and Anatomy, 
recipient of the first year teaching award for the 
second consecutive year 



Assistant Professor of Clinical 
Anesthesiology 

R.A. Leff 

Clinical Assistant Professors of 
Anesthesiology 

L.L. Balazs, R.G. Barile, I. Berlin, D. Borovac, 
G.Z. Brooks, G.G. Curtis, D.S.T. Green, J.T. 
Herbert, R.L. Kahn, A.F. Kass, R.C. Lin, L.J. 
Maggio, M B. Meyers, C.J. Militana, D.J. Nardi, 
T.J. Quinn, J.J. Roch, K.J. Rosenbaum, R.A. 
Rossi, C. Sanger, H. Sayegh, J. Schwartz, N.E. 
Sharrock, L.D. Silver, N.K. Sudan, D.G. Susman, 
R.H. Taff, L.S. Turner, W.F. Urmey, J. Wein- 
gram, S.N. Westin, H.D. Wulfson, V.M. Zayas 

Instructors in Anesthesiology 

M.C. Gomillion, A D. Kestenbaum, C.A. Lien, 
R.H. McDowall, J. A. Melendez, E. Recio-Pinto 
(physiology), L.A. Rubin 

Clinical Instructors in Anesthesiology 

R. Cesar, A.C.K. Cheng, P.H. Dalecki, H. Green, 
S. Gunasti, J.W. Konovitch, I.C. Lin, R.C. Natoli, 
J. P. Palma, M. Schnapp, H. Shifrin, J.E. Singer, 
A T. Zimbard 

Required Courses 

SECOND YEAR 

The Department of Anesthesiology participates 
in the teaching of pharmacology. Anesthetic 
agents are considered, not only as depressants 
of the central nervous system, but also as 
illustrations of the general pharmacological 
phenomena of uptake and distribution kinetics. 
The department also assists in teaching about 
drugs that affect respiratory mechanisms. It 
participates in lectures, laboratory demonstra- 
tions, and student seminars. 

THIRD YEAR 

Anesthesiology is taught in seminar-discussion 
periods during the clerkship in surgery. The 
subjects covered are: cardiac and respiratory 
resuscitation, the medical care of the surgical 



42 Biochemistry 



patient, respiratory therapy, and the evaluation, 
diagnosis, and treatment of pain. 

FOURTH YEAR CLERKSHIP 

In the two week selective clerkship, mornings 
are spent in the operating room with an 
attending anesthesiologist with fourth-year 
clerks participating in administration of clinical 
anesthesia, or in surgical I.C.U. either in The 
New York Hospital, Memorial Hospital or The 
Hospital for Special Surgery. Afternoon 
didactic lecture series include: specific medical 
student lectures, seminars with resident 
anesthesiologists and professors rounds. 

Elective Options 

FOURTH YEAR 

An elective clinical or research program is 
offered by the department to fourth-year 
students. Each student is assigned to an 
attending anesthesiologist. Students spend 
their time with the attending anesthesiologist, 
making preoperative visits, administering 
anesthesia, and in postoperative and recovery 
care. Emphasis is placed on respiratory 
physiology, therapy, and resuscitation. 
Progressive participation and responsibility is 
given to the student. A second clinical elective 
is offered in the treatment of pain by the use of 
nerve block techniques, transcutaneous 
stimulation and injection of trigger points for 
the treatment of myofascial pain. This 
experience encompasses The New York 
Hospital and Memorial Hospital in the 
differential diagnosis and care of patients with 
acute and chronic pain. A research elective can 
be arranged either at The New York Hospital 
or Memorial Hospital for individual students. 
The elective is essentially for non-Cornell 
students. Cornell students will be accepted, 
but only as an additional month following the 
required two week clerkship. 

BIOCHEMISTRY 

Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry 

J.R. Rachele 

Professors of Biochemistry 

A. Meister, Israel Rogosin Professor of Biochem- 
istry, chairman; A.L. Boskey, E.M.G. Breslow, 



O.W. Griffith, D.P. Hajjar (pathology), R.H. 
Haschemeyer, B.L. Horecker, A. Novogrodsky, 
A.L. Rubin, R.L. Soffer (medicine), K.H. Stenzel 

Adjunct Professors of Biochemistry 

C.Y. Lai, C. Monder (pediatrics), S. Udenfriend 

Associate Professors of Biochemistry 

R.R. Riggio, H.D. Robertson, M. Suthanthiran 
(medicine), S.S. Tate, D. Wellner 

Associate Professors of Clinical 
Biochemistry 

J.S. Cheigh, G.F. Fairclough, Jr., M. Fotino, J.D. 
Gass, ET. Schubert, J.F. Sullivan, L Tapia 
(medicine) 

Associate Research Professor of 
Biochemistry 

A J.L. Cooper 

Adjunct Associate Professors of 
Biochemistry 

M. Eibl-Sebestyen, J. Goldstein, J.M. Manning, 
K.R. Woods 

Visiting Associate Professor of 
Biochemistry 

A. Naganuma 

Assistant Professors of Biochemistry 

M.E. Anderson, M E. Burt (surgery), J. C.K. Lai, 
D M. Levine, T.S. Parker, J.C.L. Wang (medi- 
cine) 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Biochemistry 

A. P. Seddon 

Visiting Assistant Professors of 
Biochemistry 

H A. El-Dorry, C. Panneerselvam 

Courses 

Biochemistry Required course for all first- 
year medical students offered during the first 
and second quarters. First quarter lectures are: 
M, W, Th, F 9-10. Second quarter lectures are: 
M, W, Th 9-10; F 2-3. Group conferences are 
also held each week as follows: first quarter, F 
10-1; second quarter, Th 2-5. Specific course 
prerequisites: bachelor's degree required. 
Responsible faculty member: O.W. Griffith. 

Designed for medical and graduate students. 



Cell Biology and Anatomy 43 



The course emphasizes the biomedical 
principles fundamental to medical problems. 
Basic biochemical information will be pre- 
sented and integrated with selected nutritional 
and health problems of concern to physicians, 
by means of lectures, group conferences, and 
clinical discussions 

Topics covered in the course are: Chemical and 
physical properties of biomolecules, including 
proteins and nucleic acids, enzymology, 
molecular biology, metabolism of carbohy- 
drates, lipids, amino acids, purines and 
pyrimidines. Special topics and clinical 
problems are presented. Emphasis is also 
placed on relationships between abnormalities 
of molecular structure or metabolic pathways 
and disease processes. This course is also 
offered to students of the Graduate School of 
Medical Sciences and is required for students 
who major or minor in Biochemistry. Various 
faculty members. 

Advanced Biochemistry A course offered 
jointly by the faculties of the Medical College 
and Sloan-Kettering Divisions. The course 
consists of a series of lectures covering topics 
such as methods for the study of size and 
shape of macromolecules, molecular biology, 
information transfer, membrane structure and 
function, and other subjects of current research 
interests. These subjects will be taught at an 
advanced level with particular attention to 
contributions of recent research. Minimal 
prerequisite is the Biochemistry course 
(described above) or its equivalent. Third 
quarter. D. Wellner and staff. 

Research in Biochemistry By arrangement 
with the chairman of the department. 

Biochemistry for M.D.-Ph.D. Students This 
course will be given in tutorial format. 
Readings from review articles and primary 
research papers will be assigned for student/ 
faculty discussion on topics selected to illustrate 
important principles and concepts of contem- 
porary basic and medical biochemistry. Meets 
once a week during first and second quarters. 
S.S. Tate and faculties of the Medical College, 
Rockefeller University and the Sloan-Kettering 
Institute. 

Elective Options 

Fourth Year Opportunities for biochemical 
research on a variety of topics are offered to 
medical students during their fourth year. 



CELL BIOLOGY AND 
ANATOMY 

Professors Emeriti of Cell Biology and 
Anatomy 

T.C. Rodman, R.C. Swan, Joseph C. Hinsey 
Professor Emeritus of Cell Biology and Anatomy 

Professors of Cell Biology and Anatomy 

D.A. Fischman, Harvey Klein Professor of 
Biomedical Sciences, chairman; J.M. Bedford 
(obstetrics and gynecology), D.C.Brooks, W.D. 
Hagamen, E.J. Rodriguez-Boulan, J.L. Sirlin 

Professor of Clinical Cell Biology and 
Anatomy 

A.E. Inglis (surgery) 

Associate Professors of Cell Biology and 
Anatomy 

R.F. Bachvarova, D.M. Bader, M.V. Chao 
(medicine), F.G. Girgis, J.D. Pardee, D.A. Wall, 
J.C. Weber 

Adjunct Associate Professor of Cell Biology 
and Anatomy 

M.D. Hamburg 

Assistant Professors of Cell Biology and 
Anatomy 

A. M.C. Brown, S. Citi, DJ. Falcone (pathology), 

B. A. McGuire, L.L. Moldawer (surgery), B.V. 
Paynton (obstetrics and gynecology), P.M. 
Pellicci (surgery), A.D. Saad, M. Teintze 
(medicine), P. Traktman 

Visiting Assistant Professors of Cell Biology 
and Anatomy 

T. Mikawa, S.J. Turkel 

Educational Goals 

The study of medicine reasonably begins with 
the study of the normal structure of the human 
body, for the first question usually asked in any 
analysis of a biological system is: What are its 
spatial relations, its forms, its configuration, and 
the time courses of development of these 
spatial relations? This is the substance, and this 
is the unique aspect of biological systems that 
constitute the anatomical sciences. 



44 Cell Biology and Anatomy 



The objective is to bring this unique aspect of 
the human organism into focus for the first-year 
medical student and to present the major 
structural concepts and principles. The 
presentation aims toward some appreciation of 
how these concepts have evolved, how these 
principles have been established, and what the 
outstanding questions are. The student is 
provided with first-hand experience in some of 
the methods of structural analysis at submicro- 
scopic levels and is encouraged to understand 
the principles and major limitations of most of 
the modern methods of cell biology and 
anatomy. Foregoing a comprehensive, but 
necessarily superficial, study of human 
structure, an analysis is offered of representa- 
tive structures, aiming to develop in the student 
confidence and competence for further 
independent study of anatomy in the years 
ahead. However powerful and indispensable 
current anatomical concepts are in the analysis 
of medical problems, they will eventually be 
replaced in the minds of the best physicians by 
much more powerful concepts. 

The supervised study of anatomy is organized 
into three courses which are scheduled over all 
four quarters of the first year. Gross Anatomy 
is taught in a regional manner in the first two 
quarters. The Cell Biology-Microscopic 
Anatomy and Neuroscience courses are 
organized around structural and functional 
systems; they are taught in the second, third 
and fourth quarters. Each of these courses 
emphasizes laboratory participation under the 
direct supervision of a faculty member. 

A major emphasis of this department is the 
focus of research at cellular and subcellular 
levels of organization, for it is apparent that 
modern therapeutics will ultimately be based 
on a comprehensive knowledge of cellular 
functions. Thus, several elective courses are 
available which probe gene expression, details 
of subcellular structure and function, and 
developmental biology. 

Required Courses 

FIRST YEAR 

Cell Biology and Microscopic Anatomy The 

structure of cells, their organization into tissues 
and organs, and basic concepts of how 
structure subserves function are considered. 
Concepts of differentiation and gene expres- 
sion, which provides a basis for the under- 
standing of the properties of cells and tissues, 
are presented. A comprehensive and system- 
atic study of structure from the ultrastructural to 
the macroscopic level is pursued in the 



laboratory with emphasis on individual study of 
histological sections with the light microscope. 
Gross Anatomy Regional anatomy is studied 
principally through dissection of the human 
body. Supplementing this are prosections by 
instructors, tutorial group discussions, and 
radiographic demonstrations. 

Neuroscience The gross and microscopic 
structure of the brain and spinal cord is taught 
in an interdepartmental course in neuroscience 
in cooperation with the Departments of 
Neurology and Neuroscience, and Physiology 
and Biophysics. Lectures correlate the 
structure, function, and clinical significance of 
the principal concepts of the nervous system. 
Opportunity is provided in the laboratory for 
gross dissection of the preserved human brain 
and for the study of the serial histological 
sections of the human brain in three different 
planes. 

Elective Offerings 

Advanced Cell Biology Advanced courses in 
cell biology covering topics in membrane 
biology, cytoskeleton and cell motility, muscle 
cell biology, and aspects of nuclear structure 
and chromosome organization. The course will 
include lectures and group discussions of 
assigned research papers. Prerequisite: 
Completion or concurrent enrollment in 
microscopic anatomy, or previous background 
in basic cell biology. First and second quarters, 
1989-1990. Offered in alternate years, Drs. 
Pardee and Wall. 

Topics in Molecular Genetics The class will 
focus on key topics of molecular biology 
concerning gene structure and organization in 
prokaryotes and eukaryotes, chromosome 
structure, DNA replication, protein synthesis 
and translational and transcriptional control. 
The use of genetic, biochemical, and molecular 
biological methods to study the questions 
experimentally will be covered in depth. Some 
topics of current interest such as immune 
diversity, oncogenes, and development will 
also be covered. The course will include an 
equal number of lectures and group discussions 
of representative research papers. Prerequisite: 
Background in biological sciences. Limited to 
20 students. Offered every year, first and 
second quarters, with alternating faculty. 1989- 
1990. Drs. Jack, Lustig and Osley. 

Research in Cell Biology and Anatomy 

Opportunities for laboratory research are 
available for one or more quarters under the 
tutelage of faculty members in the Department. 
Projects are available in cell motility and the 



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cytoskeleton, membrane biology, viral 
replication, oncogenesis, developmental 
biology, neuroanatomy or computer science. 
Interested students should contact Dr. Fischman 
for further information. 



MEDICINE 

Professors Emeriti of Medicine 

J.H. Burchenal, F. Daniels, Jr., J.E. Deitrick, S.J. 
Hadley, E C. Lambertsen (nursing), W.P. Laird 
Myers, R.E. Peterson, M.E. Shils, L. Thomas 

Professor Emeritus of Clinical Medicine 

R.S. Benua 

Clinical Professors Emeriti of Medicine 

E.J. Cohen, W.J. Eisenmenger, W.T. Foley, C.E. 
Forkner, Sr., R.H. Freyberg, W.H. Kammerer, 

B. H. Kean, W.J. Messinger, A T. Milhorat, M A. 
Payne, A.E. Timpanelli, I.S. Wright 

Clinical Associate Professors Emeriti of 
Medicine 

C. A. Berntsen, Jr., F.P. Coombs, J.H. Katz, G.L. 
Kauer, Jr., H. Koteen, W.C. Robbins, A W. 
Seligmann, L. Strauss, M. Tulin 

Professors of Medicine 

R.G. Douglas, Jr., E. Hugh Lttckey Distinguished 
Professor of Medicine, chairman; D. Armstrong, 

A. G. Beam, D.V. Becker (radiology), J R. 
Bertino, J. P. Blass (neurology), M.D Bogdonoff, 
J.S. Borer, Gladys and Roland Harriman 
Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine, M.S. 
Bruno, R.G. Campbell, D.M. Carter, N. 
Chiorazzi, C.L. Christian, Joseph P. Routh 
Professor of Rheu matic Diseases in Medicine, 

B. D. Clarkson, E.D. Crandall Bruce Webster 
Professor of Internal Medicine, V.T. DeVita, R.L. 
Engle, Jr., Z.Y. Fuks (radiation oncology), M.C. 
Gershengorn, Abby Rockefeller Mauze 
Distinguished Professor of Endocrinology in 
Medicine, G.W. Hambrick, Jr., P.C. Harpel, Jr., 
J.G. Hayes, Irene F. and I. Roy Psaty Distin- 
guished Professor of Clinical Medicine, R.W. 
Houde, E.A. Jaffe, W.D. Johnson, Jr., L.J. Kagen, 
A. Kappas, J.H. Laragh, Hilda Altschul Master 
Professor of Medicine, M. Lipkin, M.D. 
Lockshin, T. Maack (physiology), A.J. Marcus, 
PA. Marks, N.S. McNutt (pathology), J. 
Mendelsohn, H.W. Murray, R.L. Nachman, C. 
Nathan, Stanton Griffis Distinguished Professor 



of Medicine, A. Novogrodsky (biochemistry), 

H. F. Oettgen, T.G. Pickering, G.G. Reader 
(public health), M.M. Reidenberg (pharmacol- 
ogy), R.A. Rifkind, R.S. Rivlin, R.B. Roberts, 

D. A. Roe (nutrition), D.E. Rogers Walsh 
McDermott University Distinguished Professor of 
Medicine, A.L. Rubin (biochemistry), H. Ruchlin 
(economics), B. Safai, L. Scherr, David J. Greene 
Professor of Medicine, G.W. Siskind, R.L. Soffer, 
M. Sonenberg, K.H. Stenzel (biochemistry), P.E. 
Stokes (psychiatry), D.D. Thompson, B.B. 
Weksler, M.E. Weksler, Irving Sherwood Wright 
Professor of Geriatrics, C.W. Young, D. Zakim, 
Vincent Astor Distinguished Professor of 
Medicine 

Professors of Clinical Medicine 

J. A. Barondess, William T. Foley Distinguished 
Professor in Clinical Medicine, T.J. Degnan, 
A.W. Feinberg, H. Klein, K. Mayer, A.H. Samiy 
(psychiatry), S.S. Scheidt, C.L. Skelton, H.M. 
Thomas, III, R.J. Timberger, S.J. Winawer, A. 
Yagoda 

Research Professor of Medicine 

J.E. Sealey (physiology) 

Clinical Professors of Medicine 

E. L. Bodian, M. Coleman, J.W. Dougherty, M. 
Dworetzky, H.R. Erie, H. Goldin, M. Horwith, 
A.B. Ley, N.T. Macris, I. Nydick, F.S. Perrone, 
R.A.R. Pritchett, J. Richard, I. Rosenfeld, R.T. 
Silver, J. P. Smith, H. Steinberg, D.P. Torre, LA. 
Wallis, J.F. Wittmer 

Adjunct Professors of Medicine 

E.H. Ahrens, Jr., M.H. Alderman, L.M. Aledort, 
C.W. Bardin, C.B. Chapman, Z.A. Cohn, L. 
Ellenbogen (nutrition), J. Hirsch, T.C. Jones, 
W.R. Levis, P.D. Marsden (public health), H. 
Rocha, C. Sanders, M. Siniscalco, A. Tomasz 
(microbiology), S. Ulick (pediatrics) 

Associate Professors of Medicine 

M. Andreeff, S.A. Atlas, R.S. Bockman, G.J. 
Bosl, R.L. Braham, M.V. Chao (cell biology), 
M.E. Charlson, M.K. Crow, B.S. Danes, E.E. 
Deschner (radiobiology), R.B. Devereux, K.B. 
Elkon, S.M. Friedman, M. Gardy, R.J. Gralla, 
K.A. Hajjar (pediatrics), J.R. Hurley (radiology), 
J.L. Imperato-McGinley, M.H. Kaplan, D.L. 
Keefe, D.P. Kelson, R.P. Kimberly, T.K.C. King, 

I. L. Klein, P.D. Kligfield, LA. Kourides, J. 
Laurence, D.E. Matthews (biochemistry), D.H. 
Miller, J.B. Morrison, B.B. Lerman, P.L. 
Myskowski, L. Norton, J.W. Pape (internal 



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medicine), D.N. Posnett, L.M. Resnick, A.B. 
Rifkind (pharmacology), R.R. Riggio (biochem- 
istry), J.E. Salmon, R. Soave, M. Suthanthiran, P. 
Vanamee, A.M. Weinstein (physiology and 
biophysics), B.M. Wilkes, S.DJ. Yeh 

Associate Professors of Clinical Medicine 

D. Bajorunas, A.E. Brown, D R. Budman, D.B. 
Budzko (diagnostic microbiology), E.S. Casper, 
J.S. Cheigh (biochemistry), H.E. Claremont, V.E. 
Currie, L.M. Drusin (public health), T.J. Fahey, 
Jr., J.D. Fisher, T.S. Gee, A. Gibofsky, R.B. 
Golbey, J.W.M. Gold, B.R. Gordon, B.J. 
Hartman, M. Isaacs, R.J. Kaufman, N.E. 
Kemeny, S.J. Kempin, T.E. Kiehn (diagnostic 
microbiology), F.D. Kitchin (ophthalmology), 
S.E. Krown, R.C. Kurtz, C.S. LaMonte, B.J. Lee, 
III, R.D. Leeper, J.S. Lieberman, C.J. Lightdale, 
G.B. Magill, L.U. Mailloux, D. Margouleff, J.A. 
Markcnson, M.J. McKinley, P.F. Miskovitz, A. 
Moore, R.T. Mossey, D. Nori (radiation 
oncology), M. Ochoa, Jr., V.T. Padmanabhan, 
S.A. Paget, M.S. Pecker, R.A. Pizzarello, C.S. 
Portlock, P.G. Prioleau, L.M. Reich, P.M. Reiser, 
L.M. Rothman, S.D. Saal, P. Schulman, G.M. 
Shepherd, M. Shike, C. Steinberg, C.L. Storey- 
Johnson, D.E. Stover, D.J. Straus, J.F. Sullivan 
(biochemistry), L. Tapia, V.P. Vinciguerra, I. 
Zanzi, M.A. Zullo 

Associate Research Professors of Medicine 

M.J. Broekman (biochemistry), G.A. Campbell 
(physiology), T. Francus (immunology), W. 
Kreis, A. Kumar (cell biology and anatomy) 

Clinical Associate Professors of Medicine 

S. Advocate, W.A. Anderson, R.S. Ascheim, R.A. 
Baer, R.J. Baliff, L.T. Barnes, S.B. Baruch 
(physiology and biophysics), A. P. Belmont, K.J. 
Berenyi, M R. Berenyi, M.A. Berkun, H. 
Bienenstock, R.T. Binford, Jr., R.B. Birrer, D.S. 
Blumenthal, N. Brachfeld, B.D. Brause, M.S. 
Brower, J.L. Brown, Jr., D.J. Cameron, D.B. 
Case, E.W-K. Cheng, J. P. Christodoulou, V.A. 
Cipollaro, R.P. Cohen, M.W. Conovitz, D.S. 
Cox, A.L. Edwards, A.N. Ehrlich, E. Ettinger, 
G.A. Falk, J.T. Flynn, A H. Freiman, D.L. 
Globus, B.H. Goldberg, C.H. Goodrich, G.W. 
Gorham, E.J. Greenberg, S.J. Gulotta, R.A. 
Herrmann, R.B. Hochman, D.W. Hoskins, N.J. 
Isaacs, M.L. Jampol, S. Katz, D.S. Kent, M. 
Kurtz, M.J. Lacher, L.R. Lese, CM. Lewis, M.G. 
Lewisohn, D.M. Libby, N.M. Luger, R.J. Mahler, 
D.G.McKaba, A.W. Mead, D.G. Miller, W.J. 
Noble, M.W. Pasmantier, J. Pindyck, T.N. 
Roberts, N. Rosenthal, R.A. Schaefer, L. 
Schuyler, E. Schwartz, S.D. Shappell, C. Sheard, 



R.L. Sherman, G.M. Silverman, H A. Solomon, 
L.S. Sonkin, R.T. Todaro, L B. Turner, G.I. 
Wadler, C.G. Weiman, H.S. Weiss, A.O. Wells, 
J.M. Wertheim, A.L. Winston, M.J. Wolk 

Adjunct Associate Professors of Medicine 

D. E. Drayer (chemistry), R. Friedman, M.J. 
Kreek, R.G. Lahita (pharmacology), O.L. Laskin, 
L.J. Machlin (nutrition), R.H. Mertelsmann, J.J. 
Preibisz, S.G. Reed (microbiology), S. Sassa, 
I.M. Spitz, I. Weitzman (microbiology) 

Visiting Associate Professors of Medicine 

W. Borth, G.J. Goodfield (biomedical science 
and social policy in medicine) 

Assistant Professors of Medicine 

K. Ales, D. Allen, S.L. Allen, O.P. Ameisen, E. 
Arreaza, L.J. Aronne, E.M. Aronow, A.S. Asch, 
P. August, J.S. Badaro, W.P. Ballard III, A.G. 
Bellucci, G.W. Bergman, E. Berman, S.G. Blank 
(physiology), J.D. Blumenfeld, D.H. Bovbjerg 
(immunology), L. Brenner-Gati, D.J. Brillon, 
R.L. Bronzo, M.J.F. Camargo, B.D. Charash, S.D. 
Clark, D.J. Cooper, R. B. Cooper, A.J. Dannen- 
berg, P.J. Deutsch, A. Ding, P. Dutta (nutrition), 
O.R. Etingin, B.F. Farber, T.R. Fields, N. Flom- 
enberg, R.A. Furie, J.E. Gabay, J.L. Gabrilove, 

E. R. Gaines, D.M. Gelmont, L.M. Gerber (epide- 
mology), B.R. Gerling, A.E. Gharavi, I.S. 
Goldman, J. Gottridge, S.M. Goyert (immunol- 
ogy), S.J. Green, P.K. Gregersen, W.R. Griffo, 
J.S. Groeger, SC. Gulati, H.J. Guzik, W W. Hall, 
L.B. Harrison (radiation oncology), CC. Hart, 
B.L. Hempstead, A.M. Herdan, E.M. Herrold, 

B. E. Hirsch, J.L. Ho, C.A. Hochreiter, J. P. 
Hollenberg, A.N. Houghton, J.L. Jacobs, I.M. 
Jacobson, G.D. James (physiology), C.E. Joyce, 
H.L. Katzeff, K-J. Kim, R.N. Kolesnick, M.G. 
Kris, A. Kumar, B.S. Levine (nutrition), S.M. 
Lichtman, C.R. MacKenzie, S. Madhaven, N.M. 
Magid, S.K. Magid, L.R. Mandell (radiation 
oncology), S.J. Mann, S.J. Margulis, M. 
Markman, T.A. McCaffrey (cell biology), B. 
McCormick (radiation oncology), C.J. McDou- 
gall, B.R. Meyer, I.J. Miller, B.D. Minsky 
(radiation oncology), R.H. Mirchandani, F.B. 
Muller, J.P. Nicholson, N. Noy, P.M. Okin, A.P. 
Olivieri, L.Y.C. Ong, L. Palmer, K.B. Pomerantz 
(physiology), B.M. Rayson (physiology), B. 
Rigas, M.J. Roman, P.M. Romano, S.G. Rosen, 
CD. Rothermel (microbiology), J.T. Ruggiero, 

C. Russo, A.D. Salbe, A.E. Sama, D.L. Santini, 
R.L. Savillo, F.L. Sax, S.F. Scarlatta, H.I. Scher, 
M.J. Schiff, P.L. Schnall, M.P. Schori, M.W. 
Schuster, R. Schwab (immunology), N.S. 
Schwartz, A.R. Scott, A.W. Scotto, D.H. Shepp, 



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R.L. Silverstein, B R. Smoller, A.M. Spokojny, 
K.E. Squires, M.Y. Stoeckle, P. Szabo (molecu- 
lar biology), T.P. Szatrowski, M. Teintze (cell 
biology), J. Tepler, D.B-S. Tse (cell biology), V. 
Utermohlen (nutrition), M.C. Varghese, A.J. 
Walle, D.C. Wallerson, J.B. Wallis, C.A. Walters, 
J.C.L. Wang, R.P. Warrell, Jr., S.A. Weinerman, 
L.L. Weinstein, L.R. Weiselberg, G.S. Weissman, 
S. Welt, D.A. White, J. Yahalom (radiation 
oncology), B.E. Zola, M M. Zukowsky 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Medicine 

P.A. Bluestone, C D. Flombaum, T.B. Hakes. 

D. J. Nelson, M.K.M. Pierri, M.B. Walsh 

Clinical Assistant Professors of Medicine 

H.E. Abel, R.R. Abel, J. Appelbaum, F.P. Arena, 
J.R. Bakke, B. Benjamin, A.J. Binder, B.J.R. 
Blom, M.J. Bradford, R.G. Brayton, R.W. Brown, 
M.M. Chait, D.R. Chiarieri, B.H. Cohen, B.E. 
Cohen, D.E. Cohen, I.R. Cohen, M.L. Cohen, 
C.S. Connolly, L.B. Cooperman, L.R. Corn, J. A. 
Cramer, M.E. Cramer, B.A. Delli Bovi, M.T. 
Diamond, K. Dittmar, R.J. Dresdale, J.C. 
Dreyfus, III, J. A. Erlebacher, S. Farber, J. Farret, 
J. Feldschuh, J. A. Finkbeiner, J.E. Franklin, Jr., 
R.M. Fuchs, M.L. Gaynor, B. Gentin, E.R. 
Gillman, J.S. Gitlin, W.P. Given, Jr., D. Gluck, 
H.L. Goldberg, J. Goldberg, S.M. Goldberg, M.J. 
Goldstein, J.H. Gordon, R.V. Gorman, I.H. 
Gouterman, J. Greenspan, S.E. Greenstein, P.A. 
Hamlin, J R. Harnes, E. Haughney, M. Heil- 
braun, A.D. Heller, E.l. Henry, A.C. Hill, E.R. 
Hoffer, J.S. Hong, I. Horowitz, M.L. Hundert, 
F.W. Iacobellis, B. Inkeles, L.A. Inra, C.I. 
Jarowski, Jr., M.K. Jason, H.H. Jay, S.L. Kellman, 

E. R. Klaw, L. Klein, B.J. Klyde, R.A. Kolchin, 
H.S. Kushner, P. Kuslansky, P.B. Lang, J.L. 
LaRosa, M.C. Larsen, G.R. LeClercq, R E. Lee, 
S.D. Leidner, M. Lewin, E.S. Lichtenstein, J. A. 
Lopez-Ovejero, I.S. Lowenthal, M.R. Marciano, 
P. Marcus, P.L. Margulies, S.J. Marks, M.L. 
Masur, G.A. McLemore, Jr., S.E. McMahon, G.P. 
Mirrer, A.M. Mizrahi, E.C. Muss, J. Nagler, P. 
Narasimhan, T.W. Nash, R.R. Nenner, J.N. 
Nichols, D.J. Nicoll, P. Nonkin, M. Nydick, P.A. 
Orens, A.M. O'Shaughnessy, L.D. Pace, B.B. 
Park, M.C. Phillips, G.A. Piccione, H.B. Pollak, 
M R. Post, A. Potor, I. Pravda, S.H. Rabinowitz, 
M.L Rehmar, S.C. Reiner, G.D. Resnick, M. 
Rivelis, M A. Robbins, A.M. Rochwager, J.S. 
Rodman, C.S. Rosen, A S. Rosenberg, M.A. 
Rosenbluth, A.M. Ross, J.M. Rubenstein, R. 
Sabet, N.S. Sadick, H.P. Saltzman, CM. Samet, 
T. Santucci, Jr., M.S. Scheer, P.C. Schwartz, K.P. 
Scileppi, R.C. Shah, H.N. Shapiro, M.A. 
Shorosky, S.R. Siegel, C. Smithen, A.G. Snart, 



L.M. Soletsky, J.E. Sotelo, R.P. Stechel, R. Stern, 
R.L. Strauss, R. Stritzler, M.J. Tabaee-Zadeh. 
M.L. Tapper, M.J. Tenenbaum, P.G. Tolins, F.A. 
Tomao, A.F. Tucci, T.I. Tyberg, R.J. Ulberg. A S 
Verdesca, L.J. Vorhaus, J.H. Weiss, K.A. 
Whelan, H.H. Whitman, III, M.L. Wiedman, DJ. 
Wolf, D.A. Zackson, M.J. Zema 

Adjunct Assistant Professors of Medicine 

D. A. Bloomfield (surgery), M.J. Blutt, E.A. 
Brinton, W.T. Brown, M.A. Brownlee, A.B. 
Covit, J.L. Data, H.R. Dettelbach (physiology), 
A.J. Drexler, A. Ebrahimzadeh, A.M. Filkin, D. 
Fong (microbiology), R.A. Galbraith, A.B. 
Gottlieb, J.E. Levitt, J.P. Mooney, F.W. Price, M. 
Rubin, F.S. Schwartz 

Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine 

G.B. Leber 

Visiting Assistant Professor of Medicine 

E. Pipili 

Instructors in Medicine 

A.M. Acosta, A.S. Acharya, D.F. Bajorin, C.L. 
Bardes, G.J. Berk, N. Bhardwaj, J.A. Blair, M.J. 
Bunk, R.Y. Chang, P.B. Chapman, E.K. 
Chartash, R.B. Cohen, A. Costin, J. P. A. Crown, 
I. Cunningham, L.C. DeMarco, E. Dmitrovsky, 
G.A. Ergun, D.E. Fass (radiation oncology), J.L. 
Fernandez. B. Gansbacher, D.F. Glickman, H.E. 
Greenberg, L. Harris, A. A. Jakubowski, K.R. 
Kafka, M. Kamen, R.J. Kaner, A.S. Katz, B. 
Kazenoff, R.O. Kenet, J.E. Kolitz, D.E. Lebwohl, 
S.J. Lee, Y. Li, A.S. Lincoff, R.L. Lubman, A. 
Manoukian, D.M. Nanus, J.P. O'Brien, K. Offit, 
E.J. Parrish, D. Pfister, B.W. Polsky, J. Puccio, E. 
Ramos, B.S. Reichman, K.D. Riew, E. Rosenthal, 
D. Saltzberg, D. Scheinberg, S. Schwartzman, K. 
Sharma, L.A. Shookster, S.K. Sikder, C.A. Smith, 
S. Srimal, B. Tommasulo, J. Torre, P.I. Yi, D.C. 
Young, J.W. Young 

Clinical Instructors in Medicine 

G.M. Ackert, A.L. Adler, A. Apostolopoulos, 
D M. Appelbaum, G. Aprile, R.W. Baker, M.A. 
Barocas, C.G. Baum, B.J. Bellovin, J.A. Blake, 
R.H. Blau, S.H. Blobstein, K.H. Brand, W.J. 
Breen, D M. Breidbart, M.S. Buckholtz, W.J. 
Caccese, M.C. Cantor, Y.A. Cestero, S.H. 
Charno, F.P. Chaudhri, M.T. Chengot, J.L. 
Cohen, B. Connor, T. Cunningham, R.F. Daines, 
R.A. DeLeon, A.M. DeSilva, J.G. Diener, M.P. 
Edelstein, A.D. Egelman, A.A. Eisma, G.C. Ellis, 



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G. H. Englander (courtesy), C.C. Enu, F.A. 
Evanov, K.A. Ewing, A.R. Faga, L. Fallowes, C. 
Farber, H.J. Feinberg, S. Feit, S. Fishbein, H.S. 
Flamenbaum, A.B. Fox, W.M. Frank, K.W. 
Franklin, A. Fried, M.H. Fried, H. Gerstein, R 
Glaser, R.S. Goldweit, K.M. Granet, H.L. 
Gruenspan, R. Gupta, J. A. Hantverk, E. Ho- 
Kung, K.S. Hurst, M.I. Jacobs, R.K. Jain, E. Julie, 
L.A. Katz, R.T. Kaufmann, Jr., R.L. Klein, A.J. 
Kluger, J.M. Krupen, J. Kugler, J. Laxer, L.M. 
Lebetkin, R.A. Leopold, L. Lerner, M. R. Levine, 
M R. Levitan, B.L. Levy (courtesy), G.V. 
Lombardi, P.J. Longo, J.H. Ma, C. Maltz, J. 
Mandelbaum, J.S. Marino, F. Marsh, Jr., R.J. 
Mascittelli, I.I. Mason, R. Mastrangelo, S.I. 
Matos-Cloke, S.C.H. Mead, M.J. Meltzer, J. 
Meron, C.H. Miller, C.A. Mitgang, F.X. Moore, 
K.L. Nyer, R.L. Paltzik, A C. Parris, R. Pathak, M. 
Perlin, R.A. Perlmutter, J.C. Peters, R.M. Peters, 
A.D.L. Philson, J.H. Pipala, J.V. Pottanat, E.W. 
Powers, III (surgery), D.L. Raice, F. Rakowitz, 

H. M. Rattner, H.C. Reid, L. Reisman, S. 
Richmond, S.A. Robbins, J.F. Romano, G.L. 
Ross, G. Roxland, A.J. Schecter, M.J. Schmerin, 
E.S. Schorr, R.T. Schreiber, W.B. Schulman, P.R. 
Schwartz, P.A. Seitzman, K.A. Sepkowitz, I. 
Serebnitsky, A. Shaknovich (courtesy), B.H. 
Shalette, C. Shen, N.K. Shevde, K.E. Simon, 
D.C. Sinha, A.F. Sloyer, M.D. Smar, M.N. Solny, 
A.B. Spindler, N.H. Stein, R.N. Steller, R.A. 
Stephens, M.J. Stern, F.M. Stier, S. Strick, E.C. 
Sturla, J.I. Sussman, A.L. Talansky, I.M. 
Tiongco, E.S. Treiber, E.S. Turner, T.L. Tuttle, 
N.G. Vogiatzis, A.L. Weg, R.S. Weiner, G.A. 
Weinstock, R. Weiss, W.H. Wertheim, P. 
Willensky, E. Wolff, N.S. Wolfin, S.S. Yormak, 
A.R. Zaager 

Visiting Instructors in Medicine 

H.C. Kim, A.N. Lin 

Educational Goals 

The program for the Department of Medicine is 
based on a number of cardinal premises: 1) 
There is a minimal core of information, skills 
and understanding that must be assimilated 
regardless of the student's choice of career. 2) 
The esssence of medicine is continuous and 
independent inquiry, which should be fostered 
in all students through investigative work at the 
clinical and laboratory levels. 3) The scope 
and limitations of medicine are best revealed 
through the demands and responsibilities of 
patient care. 4) The need and privilege to 
provide sympathetic understanding and support 
to the patient and the patient's family are 
prerequisite to being a good physician. 



A large number of options are open to those 
pursuing a career in medicine, a diversity that 
includes patient care, research, teaching, and 
administration. This diversity enables most 
students to select an area of medicine that 
satisfies their individual interests, abilities and 
needs. There is no preconceived image of an 
ideal graduate except that he or she be 
competent and content in the career choice, 
and be well prepared to adapt to myriad 
changes that will occur in the practice of 
medicine in the future. The program provides 
the student with certain fundamental concepts 
and skills that will allow thoughtful exploration 
and evaluation of career possibilities. 

The growth and complexity of medical 
knowledge is proceeding at a remarkable pace. 
The very complexities — medical, legal, ethical, 
economic — involved in making medical 
decisions preclude using set formulas or 
reliance on memorization. A more useful and 
rewarding approach depends on the develop- 
ment of problem-solving strategies. The ability 
to analyze problems systematically is as 
pertinent to clinical medicine as it is to 
research. Determining what information is 
needed to resolve the patient's problems is 
essential if one is to avoid the pitfalls that stem 
from an unselective reliance on technology. 
The goal is to enable the student to examine 
and question the decisions made on his/her 
patients — an ability which is the basis for all 
learning. The depth to which each student 
pursues a patient's problem will vary from the 
study of the physical and emotional factors 
responsible for the illness in a single patient to 
an investigation of the disorder at a fundamen- 
tal level. Clearly this spirit of inquiry is 
essential to all areas of medicine. The program 
of the department is designed to provide the 
challenges and opportunities to develop this 
quality. 

It is hoped that through their experience, 
students will blend habit with critical analysis, 
scientific thought with empathy, and compe- 
tence with humility. 

Required Courses 

FIRST YEAR 

Introduction to Medicine This course is 
designed to introduce the student to a variety 
of major issues bearing on medicine, but which 
transcend individual specialties. Members of 
the faculty as well as invited speakers conduct 
a series of lecture presentations; these are 
followed by small group discussions with 
tutors. These discussions are associated with 



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review of pertinent literature in advance of 
group sessions. Among the issues considered 
are the nature of the doctor-patient relation, the 
needs of patients, the welfare of the dying 
patient, ethical problems in clinical care, special 
problems of the geriatric patient, cost con 
straints in medical care, the nature of innova- 
tion in medicine, and the evolution of the 
medical research and health care system. The 
basic aim of the course is to provide for the 
student an orientation to some of the major 
problem areas in medicine and to the function- 
ing of the physician as well as other interested 
parties in relation to them. 

SECOND YEAR 

Physical Diagnosis The course is an intensive 
introduction to the basic bedside clinical skills, 
i.e., the taking of a medical history and the 
performance of a physical examination, with 
emphasis on the anatomic and physiologic 
principles underlying the important symptoms 
and signs encountered in clinical medicine. 
Lectures and demonstrations, supplemented by 
extensive use of audiovisual and electronic 
aids, form the didactic basis of the course; 
special attention is directed to the medical 
interview and the approach to the sick. 
Students are assigned in small groups to clinical 
tutors, with whom they refine their bedside 
skills in biweekly examination of inpatients 
under close tutorial supervision. Patient 
examinations are carried out at the Cornell 
cooperating hospitals: The New York Hospital, 
Memorial Hospital, the North Shore University 
Hospital, the Burke Rehabilitation Center, and 
the Lenox Hill Hospital. 

Introduction to the Clinical Years This 
course is designed to prepare the student for 
the clinical clerkships. By providing the 
student with a solid fund of knowledge in areas 
frequently identified as being among the most 
confusing, the course seeks to enhance the 
student's learning during the clerkship year and 
make the student a more discriminating 
participant in the clinical experience. The 
student is introduced to the concept of clinical 
problem solving and is taken through the 
problem from the patient's complaint to making 
the diagnosis. In addition, the student is 
introduced to the various strategies which 
physicians use to generate diagnoses or to 
interpret tests and decide on treatment. The 
appropriate use of tests is discussed in detail 
along with the basic characteristics of tests. 
Critical evaluation of the medical literature is 
emphasized, and the good and bad points of 
various types of clinical trials are discussed. 



Efficient ways to access medical literature are 
described. Problem oriented tutorial sessions 
emphasize the lecture material. 

In addition, a comprehensive course on ECG 
interpretation is offered covering all basic 
aspects of the electrocardiograms. The sessions 
focus on interpretation of actual cardiograms. 
Other sessions focus on basic skills necessary 
for the clinical clerk to develop. These include 
sessions on effective case presentation, writing 
orders, writing up patient case histories and 
notes, and prescribing antibiotics. The student 
i s also instructed on the proper technique for 
lumbar punctures, arterial blood gas, thoracen- 
tesis, paracentesis and nasogastric tube 
placement. Instruction and practice is offered 
in venipuncture and intravenous line insertion. 
Basic Life support certification is achieved. 

THIRD YEAR 

Clerkship Each student is assigned to the 
medical service of The New York Hospital and 
one of the Cornell cooperating hospitals for a 
period of twelve weeks. The objectives of the 
clerkship are: 1) to refine and strengthen the 
skills of history taking and physical exam; 2) to 
develop the processes required to analyze the 
patient's symptoms and signs and to propose 
differential diagnoses; and 3) to appreciate the 
uses and limitations of laboratory tests and 
procedures. The student is an integral member 
of the medical team that is responsible for the 
care of patients. The student obtains the 
patient's history, performs the physical 
examination and basic laboratory tests, and 
records the findings. The student's results and 
analysis of the clinical problems are reviewed 
and discussed with the house staff and in small 
student groups under the supervision of a tutor. 
The student actively participates in the 
continued care of the patient, in part to verify 
or alter his or her initial evaluation, but also to 
develop an appreciation of the unique 
relationship that exists between patient and 
physician. Weekly psychiatric liaison sessions 
explore the complexities of patient-physician 
relationships and the reactions of physicians, 
students and patients to stress, illness and 
death. These activities are supplemented by 1 ) 
seminars that emphasize the approach to 
urgent and/or commonly encountered medical 
problems; 2) weekly meetings with the 
chairman, individual division chiefs, or course 
director, for educational purposes and as a 
means of becoming acquainted with the senior 
faculty. 



50 Microbiology 



FOURTH YEAR 

Sub-Internship In Medicine Selective The 

purpose of the sub-internship is to develop 
further the broad range of skills required of a 
physician through increased responsibility for 
the care of patients in a secure and supportive 
environment. A premise is that learning the 
scientific and humanistic bases of medical 
practice is best accomplished by the challenge 
of caring for patients in a setting allowing 
sufficient time for thought. The sub-intern will 
have the opportunity to integrate all levels of 
the care for his or her patients including 
medical decision making, strategies for testing, 
management of emergencies, communication 
with patient and family, and the technical and 
administration aspects of good patient care. 

Students are assigned to share an intern slot of 
a house staff team at The New York Hospital or 
other Cornell Cooperating Hospitals. Although 
the size of a sub-intern's service is highly 
variable, on average each sub-intern cares for 4 
- 5 patients at any one time under the close 
supervision of the Junior Assistant Resident 
assigned to the floor and the patient's private 
attending physician. The student participates in 
all house staff activities including work rounds, 
attending rounds, x-ray rounds, Professor's 
rounds, and weekly conferences in the 
Department of Medicine. 

Ambulatory Care Selective The objectives of 
this course are to: 1) obtain a more balanced 
view of internal medicine by participating in 
ambulatory patient care; 2) develop a system- 
atic approach to problem solving and decision 
making through a review and critical examina- 
tion of a) the basic skills of history taking and 
physical exam; b) the reasoning and processes 
employed in diagnosis; c) the selection, 
analysis and limitations of laboratory tests and 
procedures; d) the factors and processes 
employed in making clinical decisions; e) the 
use of cost-effectiveness and its effect on 
medical practice; 3) develop the principles and 
strategies used in the pharmacological 
management of patients; 4) develop methods to 
efficiently obtain information and data from the 
literature; and 5) develop an approach and 
methods to critically analyze and assess medical 
literature. The course format includes patient 
care experience in The Cornell Medical Practice 
combined with seminars and didactic sessions 
that address the ways clinicians plan diagnostic 
and therapeutic strategies. 

Elective Options 

Over fifty electives are offered. The compre- 
hensive program includes opportunities for 



participation in laboratory or clinical research, 
or, if desired, further opportunities for in-house 
and ambulatory patient care. Each year the 
elective list is revised and can be found in the 
Fourth Year Course Catalog 



MICROBIOLOGY 

Professors of Microbiology 

K.I. Herns, R.A. Rees Pritchett Professor of 
Microbiology, chairman; W.K. Holloman, W.M. 
O'Leary, L.B. Senterfit 

Associate Professors of Microbiology 

P.J. Edelson (pediatrics), D.H. Sussdorf 

Associate Professor of Clinical 
Microbiology 

R.F. D'Amato 

Assistant Professors of Microbiology 

F. Barany, A.M.C. Brown (cell biology and 
anatomy), E.S. Falck-Pedersen, N.R. Hackett, 
M.D. Lusky, M.E. O'Donnell, CD. Rothermel, P. 
M.Y. Stoeckle (medicine), P. Traktman (cell 
biology and anatomy), B.F. Von Kreuter 
(pathology). 

Required Courses 

SECOND YEAR 

Microbiology and Immunology First 
quarter. The lectures are directed toward the 
development of basic concepts, particularly as 
they relate to the physiology of microorganisms 
and the host-parasite relationship. An under- 
standing of immunologic mechanisms in 
infectious disease is developed through the 
introduction of the molecular and cellular basis 
of the immune through the introduction of the 
molecular and cellular basis of the immune 
response and its protective and pathogenic 
consequences. Laboratory work includes an 
introduction to the procedures used in studying 
microorganisms, a survey of microbial flora of 
the upper respiratory tract of healthy humans, 
and an intensive study of the causal agents of 
specific infections, including fungi, bacteria, 
rickettsiae, and viruses. Clinical correlations 
are designed to integrate the basic aspects of 
microbiology into the practice of medicine. 
Emphasized are the molecular bases of the 
etiology, pathogenesis, epidemiology, and 
prevention of infectious diseases. In small- 
group sessions, students explore specific areas 



Neurology and Neuroscience 51 



of microbiology and immunology in discus- 
sions with faculty members or by reviewing 
papers from the original literature. Students 
also may carry out research in the Department 
of Microbiology under the guidance of 
individual faculty. K.I. Berns, LB. Senterfit, 
G.W. Siskind, D.H. Sussdorf, and faculty 

Elective Options 

Completion of Microbiology and an Introduc- 
tion to Infectious Diseases (or us equivalent) is 
a desirable prerequisite for elective work in 
microbiology. 

Research in Microbiology Offered all year. 
Can be done entirely in the Department of 
Microbiology or may involve another preclini- 
cal or clinical department. Hours to be 
arranged with a faculty sponsor. See the 
Announcement of the Graduate School of 
Medical Sciences. 

Advanced Diagnostic Microbiology 

Techniques of management and procedures 
used in a clinical microbiology laboratory. 
Emphasized are the isolation and rapid 
identification of organisms from various types 
of clinical specimans. Liberal use is made of 
clinical materials available through the 
diagnostic laboratories of The New York 
Hospital. Fourth quarter. Two lectures and 
two laboratories weekly. Dr. Senterfit. 

Molecular Virology A formal course in 
which major emphasis is placed on the basic 
mechanisms in the biology of all animal 
viruses, including RNA and DNA tumor viruses. 
The topics considered include virus structure 
and composition, assay of viruses and viral 
specific products, transcription of virus-specific 
proteins, assembly of viral particles, structural 
and functional alterations in viral-infected cells 
including transformation, pathogenesis of viral 
diseases, and viral genetics. Alternate years. 
R.M. Krug and K. Berns. Interdivisional course. 

Clerkship in Diagnostic Microbiology 

Training in diagnostic microbiology as it is 
practiced in a large hospital laboratory, using 
the facilities of the diagnostic microbiology 
laboratories of The New York Hospital. Any 
quarter. Dr. Senterfit. 

FOURTH YEAR 

A variety of activities in study, research, ami 
teaching is available to fourth-year students 
during their elective program of study. 
Included are: 

Externship in Microbiology 
Teaching in Microbiology 



Research in Microbiology 

Clerkship in Diagnostic Microbiology 

Microbiology Seminar 

Advanced Diagnostic Microbiology Dr. 

Senterfit 

For detailed descriptions of these options, the 
student should consult the Fourth Year Course 
Catalog. 



NEUROLOGY AND 
NEUROSCIENCE 

Professors 

F. Plum, Anne Parrish Titzell Professor of 
Neurology, chairman; H.R. Beresford, I B. Black. 
Nathan Cu minings Professor of Neurology, J.P 
Blass, Winifred Masterson Burke Professor of 
Neurology. K M. Foley (and Neuroscience), T.H. 
Joh (Neuroscience), H. Kutt (and Neuros- 
cience), F.H. McDowell, Winifred Masterson 
Burke Professor of Rehabilitative Medicine, V.M. 
Pickel (Neuroscience), J.B. Posner (and Neuros- 
cience), W.A. Pulsinelli (and Neuroscience), 
D.J. Reis, George C Cotzias Distinguished 
Professor of Neurology 

Professor of Clinical Neurology 

J.J. Caronna 

Clinical Professor of Neurology 

H. deC. Peterson 

Associate Professors 

J. E. Adler (and Neuroscience), J.M. Cedarbaum 
(and Neuroscience), G.E. Gibson (Biochemistry 
in Neuroscience), D.E. Levy, R.D. Nass 
(Pediatric), G.W. Pasternak (and Neuroscience), 
C. Pollak, J.D. Victor (and Neuroscience), B.T. 
Volpe (and Neuroscience) 

Associate Professors of Clinical Neurology 

M.S. Horwich, S. Murthy Vishnubhakat, M E. 
Olson, F A. Petito, MJ. Reding, J.A. Shaefer, 

G. E. Solomon, P. Tsairis, B.C. Wilson (Neurop- 
sychology) 

Associate Research Professors of 
Neuroscience 

H. Baker, A.J.L. Cooper (Biochemistry). C.F. 
Dreyfus, J. Z. Ginos (Biochemistry), 



52 Neurology and Neuroscience 



L.M. Iacovitti, D.H. Park. I). A. Ruggiero, R.K.F. 
Shell (Biochemistry), G.N. Teitelman 

Clinical Associate Professors of Neurology 

R.H. Coll, M.A. Green, T.C. Guthrie, J.T. 
Kessler, G.H. Klingon. I D. Schlesinger. P.H 
Zweifach (ophthalmology) 

Assistant Professors 

M.L. Aisen, CJ. Aoki (Neuroscience), K.S 
Black. L A. Burton (Psychology in Neuro- 
science). J. M. Carroll (Neuroscience), H.M. 
Davidoviez (Neuropsychology), L.M. DeAngelis, 
E.M. Dicicco-Bloom (and Neuroscience), M.E. 
Khrlich (and Neuroscience), DM. Eidelberg, 
MJ. Evinger (Neuroscience), H.M. Furneaux 
(Molecular Biology in Neuroscience), S.A. 
Goldman (and Neuroscience), B.W. Hainline, 
M. Jacewicz (and Neuroscience), K.S. Kim 
(Neuroscience). R.D. Kovner (Neuropsychology 
in Neuroscience), D R. Labar (and Neuro- 
science). J. C.K. Lai (Biochemistry in Neuro- 
science). R.S. Lasken (Neuroscience), M.G. 
Malkin, J. Mast (and Neuroscience), M P. 
Meeley (Neuroscience), T.A. Milner (Neuro- 
science). P L. Moots. S.F. Morrison (Neuro- 
science), M. Nedergaard (Neuroscience), E. 
Perecman (Neuropsychology in Neuroscience), 

C. Pollak (Psychiatry in Neuroscience), R.K. 
Poilenoy, M. Rubin, R.S. Schoenfeldt, A.C. 
Tovvle (Neuroscience). R.W. Walker, K.C. Wu 
(Neuroscience) 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology 

D. R. Wagner (Psychiatry) 

Clinical Assistant Professors of Neurology 

R.H. Blanck. A S. Cohen. M. Engel. I.C. 
Haimovic. I). Holzer, J. Keleman. H O. Kotsoris. 
N. Mitra. N.M. Nealon, S.M. Newman. D M. 
Pietrucha. S. Rapoport. L.S. Schleifer. I.M. 
Turner 

Adjunct Assistant Professors 

S. E. Gandy, P. J. Lichtenfeld. R.G. Mackel 
(Neuroscience). L. W. Tucker (Neuroscience) 

Associate Physicist in Neuroscience 

V. Dhawan 

Instructors 

S. Elkabes (Neuroscience). R Giuliano 
(Neuroscience), U.J. Kang (Neuroscience) 



Clinical Instructor in Neurology 

R.J. Gould 

Educational Goals 

The department has three responsibilities: 
patient care, teaching, and research. The 
faculty supervises the care of patients with 
neurological diseases at The New York 
Hospital, Memorial Hospital, The Hospital for 
Special Surgery, and the North Shore University 
Hospital. This rich clinical exposure and the 
rewards of prov iding care to patients from 
many geographic and social backgrounds are 
shared In students and residents The resear< h 
laboratories and programs of the department 
are located within the Medical College and at 
the several hospitals. These laboratories 
conduct both fundamental and clinical 
research, seeking the basic answers to 
neurologic diseases and new ways to improve 
the delivery of treatment to patients. Resean h 
projects include the search for new chemicals 
to treat brain cancer, investigations into the 
mechanisms and treatment of brain tissue 
damage in stroke, the discovery and analysis of 
chemicals in the brain that cause and control 
the emotions and blood pressure, a search for 
basic mechanisms causing epilepsy, and a 
fundamental examination of the causes and 
prevention of neurological birth defects. 
Several projects are directed at discovering 
basic mechanisms in Alzheimer's disease and 
possible prevention. 

Two goals guide the teaching of students. One 
is to learn diagnosis and treatment by a 
thorough know ledge of the physiology and 
biochemistry of the major neurological 
diseases. The other is to transmit an initial 
understanding of the brain as an adaptive 
organ regulating man's internal milieu and 
outward behavior. Formal teaching begins in 
the second year and continues thereafter. 

Required Courses 

SECOND YEAR 

An introductory course in neurological 
diagnosis is offered in the fourth quarter closely- 
linked to the general physical diagnosis and 
pathophysiology courses. Lectures and seminar 
presentations describe the physiological basis 
of the neurological examination and abnormal 
signs and symptoms. Each week under an 
instructor's guidance, students examine patients 
with neurological disease. 



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THIRD YEAR 

A one-month clinical clerkship is spent in the 
neurological pavilion of The New York 
Hospital, Memorial Hospital, or North Shore 
University Hospital. Students perform the 
initial work-up of patients, participate in rounds 
and conferences, and share in the care of 
patients under the close supervision of resident 
staff and tutors. Extensive reading is encour- 
aged in order to develop knowledge about 
major neurological problems and to gain 
insight into still unsolved problems where 
research could make important contributions 

Elective Options 

A variety of electives in either clinical work or 
laboratory research is available to fourth-year 
students. Dr. Plum provides an advanced 
seminar in behavioral topics. In-patient 
clerkships are available for full-time work in 
neurology at Memorial Hospital and in clinical 
neurology at The New York Hospital and North 
Shore University Hospital. Dr. McDowell 
provides a varied outpatient elective that 
guarantees the student exposure to almost all 
the major neurological disorders. Laboratory or 
laboratory-clinical electives are available with 
almost any of the full-time faculty, all of whom 
are engaged in active research programs. 



OBSTETRICS AND 
GYNECOLOGY 

Professors Emeriti of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

E.E. Kramer, S. Silagi (cell genetics) 

Professors Emeriti of Clinical Obstetrics 
and Gynecology 

E. A. Graber, G.G. Hawks 

Clinical Professors Emeriti of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology 

R.W. Bonsnes (biochemistry), R.W. Gause, D.G. 
Johnson, J.N. Nathanson, G. Schaefer 

Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology 

F. E. Lane 



Professors of Obstetrics and Gynecology 

W.J. Ledger, Given Foundation Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology, chairman; P.A.McF. 
Aulcl (perinatal medicine), J.M. Bedford, Harold 
and Percy Uris Professor of Reproductive 
Biology, S.J. Birnbaum, A.N. Fenton, Edie and 
Martin Schur Distinguished Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology, F.F. Fuchs, S.A-R. 
Fuchs (reproductive biology), J.L. Lewis, Jr., Z 
Rosenwaks, B.B. Saxena (endocrinology), J. 
Sirlin (cell biology) 

Professors of Clinical Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

H.R.K. Barber, T.A. Caputo, S. Chao, B.J 
Sicu ran/a 

Clinical Professors of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

E.W. Davis, Jr., W.P. Given, F.W. Martens, R.A. 
Ruskin, F. Silverman, E.T. Steadman, W.J. 
Sweeney III 

Associate Professors of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

A.S. Berkeley, F.A. Chervenak, M.L. Druzin, 
R.G. Harper (perinatal medicine), W.J. Hoskins, 
W.B. Jones, E.J. Margalioth. P. Rathnam 
(endocrinology), D.L. Rosenfeld, S.S. Witkin 
( immunology) 

Associate Professors of Clinical Obstetrics 
and Gynecology 

L.L. Cederqvist, J.J. Rasweiler, IV (reproductive 
biology), A. Toth 

Clinical Associate Professors of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology 

J.M. Astrachan (psychiatry), E.G. Bartsich, M.I. 
Buchman, R.M. Caplan, J.G. Davis, B.M. 
Garfinkle, S.T. Horowitz, N.M. Luger (medi- 
cine), V.F. Mastrota, J.S. Rienzo, D.J. Rothe, S.F. 
Ryan, E.D. Schwartz, W.D. Walden, R E. 
Wieche 

Adjunct Associate Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology 

L.B. McCullough (ethics) 

Assistant Professors of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

P. A. August (medicine). A.L. Bond, R.A. 
Boothby, I.N. Cholst, O.K. Davis, S.F. Dorfman, 
T.G. Edersheim, M.A. Goldman (radiology), 
M.J. Graf, J.M. Hutson, A. A. Kessler, V.R. Klein, 



54 Ophthalmology 



K.D. LaGuardia, H-C. Liu (reproductive 
medicine), J.L. Lovecchio, A.J. Lysikiewicz, B.V. 
Paynton (reproductive biology), K. Rawlinson, 
S.C. Rubin, M. Singh, G.M. Sommers, F.H. 
Taney, Y.S. Thornton 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Obstetrics 
and Gynecology 

S. Dittmar, G.M. Scholl 

Clinical Assistant Professors of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology 

R.G. Armbruster, N.K. Basile, S.L. Bednoff, A. 
Brockunier, GZ. Brooks (anesthesiology), PJ. 
Concannon, RJ. Derman, V. DuVigneaud, Jr., 

G. Farahani, A.J. Felice, B. Garfinkel, W. 
Gladstone, M. Greenberg, D.F. James, S. 
Kahner, R E. Kaye, E.Y. Krim, E.O. Kubec, P. 
Mazzarella, E.K. Mok, B.N. Nathanson, G.G. 
Panter, Z.I. Saary, S.J. Siegel, M.J. Strongin, F. 
Surur, K. Vasudeva 

Adjunct Assistant Professors of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology 

E. Hakim-Elahi, G.C. Isaacson (anatomy) 

Instructors of Obstetrics and Gynecology 

D. Cerar, D M. Roth, B E. Talansky 

Clinical Instructors of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

P.Y. Allen, L.D. Applegarth (psychology), T.J. 
Armbruster, S.H. Bailey, E. Bellucci, L A. 
Benedict, R.M. Bernstein, A.J. Borg, AT. Bozza, 
P. A. Bresnick, T.C.A. Brown, AT. Carlon, F. 
Chuy, P. Conrad, K.A. Cox, L.E. Cutler, S.M. 
Degann, C. Edwards-Freeman, M. Eichler, N. 
Fidel, J. Finkelstein, R.J. Fitzgerald, H.F. 
Gardstein, Jr., M. Gubernick, M.A. Harris, R.D. 
Herzog, L.J. Iandoli, I. Israeli, J. Jacob, E. 
Jacobson, P.E. Karafiol, G. Kaufman, J.L. Kent, 

H. J. Kraft, N.B. Lebowitz, L.J. Lissak, J.W. 
Malkary, H.S. Marchbein, R.N. Melnick, H.J. 
Messawer, E. Mohandes, MJ. Napoli, A. Ness, 
R.A. Ostreich, W.B. Paley, J.L Paris, H.K. 
Prince, RT. Puckett, T. Rifkin, D. Rothbaum, 
R.I. Sassoon, I.E. Schwab, S.M. Seidman, E.S. 
Shamoun, A.H. Shapiro, A.S. Sherwin, S.R. 
Sherwin, B.S. Shulman, S.A. Soukkary, J. 
Spiegel, M. Toth, R. Trongone, D.B. Weinstein, 

E. Weisfogel 

Visiting Instructor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

A.J. Ferrier 



Required Courses 

SECOND YEAR 

Orientation and Introduction to Gyneco- 
logical Examination During the last quarter 
of the second year, one three-hour session on 
orientation in the discipline and review of basic 
and pertinent clinical anatomy is given to the 
entire class. Films and models for training in 
pelvic examination are presented. 

THIRD YEAR 

Introduction to Clinical Obstetrics and 
Gynecology This course combines theoretical 
instruction with clinical experience in obstetrics 
and gynecology. There are lectures on the 
core curriculum by the teaching staff, as well as 
assignment of the students to obstetrical and 
gynecological teams. Exposure to patient care 
will be offered under the direct supervision of 
the attending physicians and the resident staff. 

Some students will be assigned to North Shore 
University Hospital, with the majority remaining 
at the New York Lying-in Hospital. Those at 
Lying-in Hospital will complete part of their 
clerkship at Catholic Medical Center and the 
LaGuardia Hospital where additional student 
obstetrical experience is available. 

At the conclusion of the course, an evaluation 
of the student will be based on a written 
examination, an oral examination, and 
evaluation of the student's work on the clinical 
service. This information will be available to 
the student on request. 

Elective Options 

A full program of fourth-year electives is 
offered in the department, including advanced 
training, work in specialized areas of obstetrics 
and gynecology, and a variety of opportunities 
to participate in ongoing laboratory research. 
These electives are described in detail in the 
Fourth Year Course Catalog. 



OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Ophthalmology 

D.M. Shafer 

Professors of Ophthalmology 

DJ. Coleman, John Milton McLean Professor of 
Ophthalmology, chairman; R.M. Ellsworth, H.A. 
Lincoff 



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Professors of Clinical Ophthalmology 

W.C. Cooper, T. Iwamoto, S. Packer, D. Paton 

Clinical Professors of Ophthalmology 

D.H. Abramson, I.H. Kaufman, W.L. Peretz, 
P H. Zweifach 

Adjunct Professor of Ophthalmology 

F.L. Lizzi (ophthalmic physics) 

Adjunct Professors of Clinical 
Ophthalmology 

I. Kreissig, R.C. Troutman 

Associate Professors of Ophthalmology 

S. Chang, C.W. Roberts 

Associate Professors of Clinical 
Ophthalmology 

F. D. Kitchin, M. Yablonski 

Clinical Associate Professors of 
Ophthalmology 

S.E. Bloomfield, T.D. Cherubini, L.S. Harris, 
D.B. Karlin, P. Laino, A.E. Mamelok, R.S. 
Muchnick, P.M. Odell, H.D. Perry, J.S. Schutz, 
M B. Starr, S.R. Veronneau 

Assistant Professors of Ophthalmology 

P.T. Finger, M. Hayashi, M-H. Heinemann, H-Z. 
Lin, B.S. Pinchoff, P.D. Smith, J. R. Sparrow 
(anatomy), R.A. Weiss 

Clinical Assistant Professors of 
Ophthalmology 

D.D. Aronian, S.C. Belmont, Y.L. Fisher, P.F. 
Garber, L.P. Goldberg, L.C. Gordonson, J.E. 
Gurland, Y. Kahanowicz, A.D. King, N.B. 
Medow, D.B. Pearce, T.A. Poole, P.L. Schwartz, 
O.L. Serdarevic, J.L. Sigelman, R.R. Strome, 
W.G. Whitmore 

Adjunct Assistant Professors of 
Ophthalmology 

V P. DeLuise, L.M. Wilcox, Jr. 

Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professors of 
Ophthalmology 

S.E. Brodie, D.M. Fastenberg 

Instructors in Ophthalmology 

G. K. Harmon, M.J. Rondeau 



Clinical Instructors in Ophthalmology 

B.M. Belgorod, J.A. Blanco, J.P. Brennan, A.W. 
Danyluk, E. D.Donnenfeld, M. Ehrenberg, S.H. 
Greenstein, M.R. Krauss, I. Magramm, R.F. 
Marks, R.F. Munsch, V.S. Reppucci, K.S. Stern, 
T.P. Sullivan, J.W. Talbot, H.H. Weissman, D.J. 
Yimoyines 

Required Courses 

SECOND YEAR 

Instruction in ophthalmology begins as a part 
of physical diagnosis instruction in the fourth 
quarter of the second year with practical 
demonstrations and lectures in the use of the 
ophthalmoscope. Emphasis is placed on 
examination technique and features of the 
normal fundus. Basic neuro-ophthalmology is 
included in this course. 

THIRD YEAR 

During the third year, the class is divided into 
eight groups that participate in six weekly 
afternoons of presentation, discussion, and 
actual pathological case examinations. Each 
session concentrates on one phase of clinical 
ophthalmology. The entire series offers 
instruction in the most frequently encountered 
diseases of the eye. 

Third-year students are also offered an 
externship in ophthalmology as part of the 
surgical curriculum. Externships are available 
at both The New York Hospital and Lenox Hill 
Hospital. 

Elective Options 

FOURTH YEAR 

Two fourth-year students per module can 
participate in the elective period. During their 
modules, they examine patients in the clinic 
and those hospitalized for surgery and review 
the cases with attending ophthalmologists. The 
student then observes the actual surgery and 
attends teaching rounds with the resident and 
attending staff who present interesting and 
problem cases for detailed review and 
discussion. A similar elective is available at 
Lenox Hill Hospital. 

In addition, electives are available for students 
who have completed the third-year externship. 
These include the ophthalmic specialities such 
as oncology, vitreous-retina and neuro- 
ophthalmology. A research elective is also 
available. 



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OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY 

Professor Emeritus of Otorhinolaryngology 

J. A. Moore 

Professor of Clinical Otorhinolaryngology 

R.B. Sessions 

Clinical Professor of Otorhinolaryngology 

S.C. Parisier 

Associate Professor of Clinical 
Otorhinolaryngology 

W.S. Schley, Acting Chairman 

Clinical Associate Professors of 
Otorhinolaryngology 

S.M. Blaugrund, W.M. Glass, K.F. Mattucci, N.J. 
Pastorek 



Elective Options 

FOURTH YEAR 

Clinical clerkships in otorhinolaryngology are 
offered to students in the fourth year in 
modules of one. Additional modules may be 
taken under special circumstances. Full-time 
attendance is required. During the clerkship, 
the student's time is divided between duty on 
the ward, in the otorhinolaryngology outpatient 
clinic and in the operating room. The student 
takes part in the ward duties and makes ward 
rounds with the resident staff and has the 
opportunity to observe various otorhinolaryn- 
gologic surgical procedures in the operating 
room. The student also attends the weekly and 
monthly conferences. 

Prerequisite: courses in the second and third 
years. The advisor to students planning this 
fourth-year elective is Dr. Lloyd Dropkin. 



Assistant Professors of 
Otorhinolaryngology 

W.I. Kuhel, T.C. McLure, R.F. Ward 

Clinical Assistant Professors of 
Otorhinolaryngology 

V.J. Anand. B. Campbell, L.R. Dropkin. D R. 
Edelstein, W.F. Flynn, EC Greenfield, M. 
Ingerman, A. Katz, W.F. Robbett, M. Setzen, R. 
C. Wang 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology 

M B. Kramer (audiology) 

Clinical Instructors in Otorhinolaryngology 

A. Degennaro, D.L. Kent, I.C. Kho. S.G. 
Nodelman. R.L. Soletic 

Required Courses 

SECOND YEAR 

One session is provided in otorhinolaryngol- 
ogic problems as a part of the course in 
physical diagnosis. 

THIRD YEAR 

The third year is divided into four terms. The 
students attend a "mini-course" in Otorhinolar- 
yngology that is presented over five consecu- 
tive mornings from 8:00-12:00. Lectures are 
given each morning by a member of the 
attending staff. The students gain experience 
in otorhinolaryngology by doing a physical 
examination on each other. 



PATHOLOGY 

Professor Emeritus of Pathology 

J.G. Kidd 

Professors Emeriti of Clinical Pathology 

A. Kellner, E.E. Kramer (obstetrics and 
gynecology) 

Professors of Pathology 

J.T. Ellis David D. Thompson Professor of 
Pathology, chairman: D R. Alonso, C.G. Becker, 
J.D. Broome, P.G. Bullough, R.S.K. Chaganti 
(genetics), S.I. Hajdu, D.P. Hajjar, A.G. Huvos, 
H.L. Iochim. J.V. Klavins, P.H. Lieberman. N S 
McNutt, M.R. Melamed, R.C. Mellors. C.R. 
Minick, J. A. Mouradian, C.K. Petito, P.P. Rosen, 
C.A.Santos-Buch. L B. Senterfit (microbiology), 
S.S. Sternberg 

Professors of Clinical Pathology 

S. Gross, T. Sun, C.F.W. Wolf 

Adjunct Professors of Pathology 

E M. Gross. C.S. Hirsch, L.H. Sobin 

Visiting Professor of Pathology 

P.J. Fitzgerald 



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Associate Professors of Pathology 

R.A. Erlandson, P. Peterson, F.W. Quimby, P.E. 
Saigo, J.M. Woodruff 

Associate Professors of Clinical Pathology 

Ml Alonso, E.P. Bassett, E.L. Coffey, Jr., G. F. 
Fairclough, Jr. (clinical biochemistry), A. Firpo- 
Betancourt, E.I. Kahn, J. H Koizumi, D.D. 
Meyers (comparative pathology), H.T. Nguyen 
(comparative pathology), M. Oka, E.T. Schubert 
(biochemistry), M. Susin, M.B. Zaman 

Clinical Associate Professor of Pathology 

A. M. Prince 

Adjunct Associate Professors of Pathology 

Y-M. Rho, I. Weitzman (medicine) 

Assistant Professors of Pathology 

B. M. Atkinson, M. Bansal, J. P. Brody, B. 
Chamides, Y.T. Cho, E.F. DiCarlo, D.J. Falcone, 
P.M. Farmer, J.C. Felix, D.A. Filippa, T.A. 
Godwin, S.C. Jhanwar (genetics), M.M. Rhine, 
R.F. Klein, N.F. Lapi, M.L.S. Magid, S. Morgello, 
R. G. Pergolizzi, S.F. Pochron, P.G. Prioleau 
(medicine), J.L. Rayburn, P A. Remigio, V.E. 
Reuter, M. Rosenblum, U.C. Ruder, D.S. Schron, 
T. Simmons, B.R. Smoller, A.M. Strupp, CD. 
Urmacher, B.F. Von Kreuter 

Clinical Assistant Professors of Pathology 

Q. Chess, V.M. Donovan, M.J. Ferenc, P.M. 
Fishman, W.G. Harrison, C.L. Honig, R.D. 
Kalter 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Pathology 

W.A. Muller 

Instructors in Pathology 

A. Acosta, R. J. Cote, L.-W. Ko 

Facilities 

The Department of Pathology occupies two 
floors of the central part of the college 
building, located above the educational 
resources center and library and in immediate 
contact with the hospital. Teaching is largely 
concentrated on the third floor where the 
autopsy room and demonstration room for 
pathological anatomy are located. Classrooms 
for microscopy and other small group teaching 
exercises are situated on the second floor. The 
third and fourth floors also contain unit 
laboratories for staff members and graduate 
students and for technical preparation. 



The postmortem services of The New York 
Hospital, Hospital for Special Surgery, 
Rockefeller Hospital, and the Westchester 
Division afford abundant opportunity for study 
of pathological anatomy and its relation to 
clinical medicine. The systematic records of 
autopsies at The New York Hospital have been 
preserved since 1851, and, in more recent 
years, protocols and microscopic slides have 
been carefully indexed and filed. 

Required Courses 

SECOND YEAR 

Pathology and Pathophysiology First, 
second and third quarters of the second year. 

Placed at the interface between the basic 
sciences and the beginning of the clinical 
curriculum, the course is a comprehensive 
study of the structural and functional alterations 
caused by disease. Beginning with an 
introduction of the principles of general 
pathology, the course progresses to the basic 
mechanisms of disease, including cell injury 
and death, inflammation, thrombosis and 
hemostasis, carcinogenesis and immunopathol- 
ogy. This is followed by the study of the 
diseases that affect the various organ systems 
from the etiologic, pathogenetic, structural and 
functional standpoints. Concepts of and 
laboratory diagnosis are integral and clinico- 
pathologic correlations are emphasized 
throughout the course. The course is taught 
with the collaboration of the Departments of 
Medicine, Pediatrics, Surgery, Neurology and 
Neuroscience, Obstetrics and Gynecology, 
Ophthalmology and Otorhinolaryngology. 

A major strength of the course is its emphasis 
on small group teaching, which accounts for at 
least half of the scheduled course hours. This 
takes four different formats: 1) Microscopic 
laboratory — students review histologic slides 
representative of major disease processes, 
formulate diagnoses, and correlate microscopic 
findings with clinical signs and symptoms; 2) 
Gross laboratory — students examine actual 
pathologic specimens under the supervision of 
a faculty member; 3) Pathophysiology exercise 
— students analyze case histories including 
diagnostic and pathogenetic considerations 
under the guidance of a clinical faculty 
member; and 4) Review — a pathologist and a 
clinician challenge students with questions 
pertaining to subject matter covered during the 
preceding teaching module. These various 
formats emphasize problem solving and 



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conceptual thinking by stimulating the student 
to formulate differential diagnoses and clinico- 
pathologic correlations. 

Three microcomputer teaching laboratories 
serve as adjunct facilities for students to review 
course material, take quizzes and study case 
histories in preparation for the weekly clinico- 
pathologic conferences. The laboratories are 
equipped with eighteen workstations each 
consisting of a Macintosh computer, a color 
video monitor and a video disk player for the 
display of illustrations. 

Clinical Pathological Conferences These 
conferences are held in cooperation with the 
staffs of the clinical departments of the hospital 
and Medical College each week throughout the 
year. Observations concerning the clinical 
course and diagnosis of disease are correlated 
with changes found at autopsy 



PEDIATRICS 

Clinical Professors Emeriti of Pediatrics 

L. Baumgartner (public health), P.F. DeGara, 
J.Q. Haralambie, M.I. Levine, I.H. Mauss 

Clinical Associate Professors Emeriti of 
Pediatrics 

C.H. Bauer, O.E. Billo 

Professors of Pediatrics 

M.I. New, Harold and Percy Uris Professor of 
Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism, 
chairman; P.A.McF. Auld, K.I. Berns (microbiol- 
ogy), K.H. Ehlers, M.A. Engle, Stavros S. 
Niarchos Professor of Pediatric Cardiology, S.B. 
Friedman, M.W. Hilgartner, Harold Weill 
Professor of Pediatric Hematology, J. A. Kochen, 
A.R. Levin, F. Lifshitz, WW. McCrory, U. 
Muller-Eberhard, M.L. Murphy, RJ. O'Reilly, 
S.G. Pahwa, M.C. Rattazzi, S.F. Redo (surgery), 
T. Shapiro (psychiatry), M. Silverberg, Jack 
Hausman Professor of Pediatrics, C.T.C. Tan, 
R.A. Wapnir (biochemistry), N. Wollner- 
Sternberg 

Professors of Clinical Pediatrics 

F. Daum, A.A. Klein, P. Konig, F.N. Marshall, 
P.H. Winchester (radiology) 

Clinical Professors of Pediatrics 

L.I. Ehrlich, J.L. German, III, RJ. Haggerty, G.M. 
Owen, H. deC. Peterson (neurology), I. 



Rappaport, L. Salk (psychology), A.L. Scherzer, 

D. I. Smith 

Adjunct Professors of Pediatrics 

M.A.B. deSousa, J. Lederberg (genetics), C. 
Monder (biochemistry), RJ. Slater, S. Ulick 

Associate Professors of Pediatrics 

P.W. Brill (radiology). J.B. Bussel, N-K V. 
Cheung. P.J. Edelson, S.E. Fisher, F. Gilbert, 

E. F. Grabowski, K.A. Hajjar, R.G. Harper, A.N. 
Krauss, TJ.B. Lehman, R.D. Nass, E.T. Schubert 
(biochemistry), W. Spivak, S. Teichberg (cell 
biology), M.E. Weinblatt, P.C. White 

Associate Professors of Clinical Pediatrics 

H.W. Aiges, R.A. Boxer, A.E. Brown (medicine), 
S.W. Burke (surgery), M. Chandra, J.G. Davis, 
J.J. Ferry Jr., M M. Fischer, P.F. Fort, W.W. 
Frayer, J.M. Gertner, F. Ghavimi, P-J.V. 
Giardina, A. Grassi, D.B. Kessler, M.A. LaCorte, 
R.L. Leibel, A. M. Marks, M.I. McVicar, P A. 
Meyers, J.E. O'Loughlin, I.E. Redlener, I.K. 
Rosner, C.G. Sia, S. Singh, A.E. Slonim, G.E. 
Solomon (neurology), L.J. Steinherz, P.G. 
Steinherz 

Associate Research Professors of Pediatrics 

R.W. Grady (pharmacology), H. Liem (bio- 
chemistry) 

Clinical Associate Professors of Pediatrics 

R.R. Bass, M. Boris, B.S. Caterinicchio, L.I. 
Charash, A. P. DeMayo, A.N. Eden, M. Engel, 
Z.F. Fischbarg, D. Goldberg, R.M. Greenwald, 
M.T. Grossi, A.C. Hoffman, R.I. Lopez, V.C. 
Mitty, K. Neumann, B.L. New (psychiatry), R.F. 
Notterman, M. Orange, M.S. Rosh, W.T. Seed, 
J. Soloway 

Adjunct Associate Professor of Pediatrics 

H. Gilder 

Adjunct Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics 

M.S. Schiller 

Assistant Professors of Pediatrics 

L. Antonian (biochemistry), M.A. Boeck, J. A. 
Brochstein, S. Burstein, B.I. Caparros, C. 
Cervantes, K-C. Cheng (cell biology), S. 
Cunningham-Rundles (immunology), B.A. 
Dennison, E. Dieudonne-Eid, M.C. Driscoll. 
M.E. Ehrlich (neurology), J. C. Fagin, N. Fatica, 
M.A. Giuliano, J.P. Gold (surgery), S.E. Gottlieb, 



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W.B. Greenfield, B. M. Greenwald, S.P. Herman 
(psychiatry), A. Jain, V.L. Johnson, P.I. Karl 
(physiology), N.A. Kernan, B.H. Kessler, E.T. 
Khuri (public health), S.R. Kumar, S.J. Lang 
(surgery), J. Laver, J. Markowitz, J. Mast, P. A. 
McBride (psychiatry), J. A. Neidich, G.J. Noel, 
DA. Notterman, M E. Olson (neurology), VA. 
Papadeas, M.T. Pugliese, G.S. Ross (psychol- 
ogy), I. Sahdev, D.E. Sandberg (psychiatry), 

D. A.L. Sanders, J.S. Schlessel, M. Schulman, 
P.G. Scimeca, R.A. Scott (medicine), M.. 
Shaham (genetics), H.B. Slade, C.A. Slater, B. 
Snyder, M.S. Snyder, P.W. Speiser, S.S. Usmani, 
R.W. Walker (neurology), M.J. Ward (psychol- 
ogy), D.E. Wiener 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Pediatrics 

J. Levenbrown (radiology), E.G. Upper 

Clinical Assistant Professors of Pediatrics 

J.S. Alexander, P.J. Axel, F.S. Barash, R.M. 
Brilliant, J.L. Brown (psychiatry), R.E. Caprio, 
Y.M.K. Chiu, R.N. Corriel, G.T. Dalrymple, E.J. 
Dilello, M.K. Downey, J.G. Easton, G.T. Edis, 
M.W. Elice, I. Enscoe, M.P. Fitzgerald, D.B. 
Gareen, E.G. Georgatos, L.G. Geotes, W.M. 
Gerba, M.L. Gilbert, L.T. Goslee, E.F. Gould, 

A. S. Greenberg, A.L. Haber, M. Harwin, M.S. 
Heitler, J. Horowitz, P. Horowitz, H.F. Huebner 
(psychiatry), S.S. Hyman, P.J. Inguagiato, S. 
Isaacson, H. Isenberg, P.R. Joseph, R.L. Kandell, 
H.L. Kantor, S.H. Kaplan, A. Koutras, S.R. 
LaSala, U. Lavy, M. Levy, R.H. Lieberman, D. 
Lief-Dienstag, S.B. Markovics, R.A. Massih, E.M. 
McCarthy, R.D. McLaughlin, W.J. Mesibov, L.H. 
Miller, A.J. Mistretta, S.D. Olicker, D M. 
Pietrucha (neurology), E.S-K. Poon, G.D. 
Reddy, R.H. Reiman, A.S. Rosenblum, G.W. 
Rutherford III, S. Sadanandan, C. Sekaran, J. 
Shein, H. Silver, H.J. Simon, D.R. Skog, M. 
Small, G.M. Spielman, J. Steckelman, R. Stein, 

B. J. Stewart, E. Stoner, J.A. Szatkowski, M.Y.Y. 
Tsai, J.P. Viscardi, R. Waldbaum, S. Weindorf, 
B.X. Weinstein, D.J. Weinstock, H.I. Wolfe, 
V.M. Zayas (anesthesiology), H.J. Zirin 

Adjunct Assistant Professors of Pediatrics 

A.D. Auerbach (genetics), M. Bestak, A.E. 
Dyson, I.L Hand, L.C. Hudgins, R.H. Lustig, 
D M. Namerow, R. Rapaport, M. Rosenbaum, 

E. A. Schmalzer 

Instructors in Pediatrics 

S. Bizzoco, K.A. Burke, C.R. Carpenzano, G.N. 
Chapar (psychology), A.M. Checchi, K.A. 
Crowley, W. DeBruin, M.H. Dinner (anesthesi- 
ology), A. DiMaio-Hunter, E. Duncan, D. 



Esernio-Jenssen, P. A. Flynn, A.P. Gillio, K.L. 
Godder, A. Greco, M.D.V. Harbison, C. Hift, 
P.W. Hyden, B.H. Kushner, L. Pascoe (genet- 
ics), B.A. Pletcher, A.S. Redner, M.B. Schneider, 

E. F. Simpser, J. Singh, T.N. Small, R.M. 
Spinazzola, C.L. Thomas, M.B. Veber, M M. 
Zerah 

Clinical Instructors in Pediatrics 

F. Aguilar, S.J. Altman, J.A. Amer, R. Amoona, 
P.M. Baker, I. A. Battels, M. Beer, N. Berkowitz, 

D. Bratesh-Skornicki, C.J. Bryer, W.R. Bungarz, 
K.K. Cheung, A. Chusid, S.A. Cohen, D. 
Cruvant, B.A. Dash, E.J. DiLello, J.I. Espinoza, 
K.A. Geraci-Ciaerdullo, MA. Giuliano, D M. 
Goes, LJ. Good, E.A. Greenfield, PA. Hamp- 
ton, K.J. Higgins, A.C. Holtzman, T. Javaid, 

E. M.L. Jonisch, A.K. Josen, J.L. Kahan, S. 
Kaplan, K.J. Karlsrud, T.H. Kenefick, M.M. 
Khadavi, Y.M. Khakoo, B.A. Laboard, A. 
Lacoius-Petruccelli, P.S. Landau, P.B. Lang 
(medicine), H.T. Lantz, N.L. Lau, P.E. LeBlanc, 
B.J. Leftkowitz, M.L. Lewin, S.S. Madad, I.M. 
Matos-Rivera, R.G. Merkler, M. Mir, G.S. Mirkin, 
M-J.L. Moises, P. Naysan, M.F. Newman-Cedar, 
P.D. Oppenheimer, R.L. Paltzik (medicine), F.J. 
Piaser, E.A. Pytlak, A.N. Reyes, R.J. Rodrigues, 
R. Rodriguez, S. Rosenfeld, M. Salemi, C.R. 
Screnci, A.A. Serdakowska, B.A. Sheppard, F. 
M.Siegel-Stein, B.S. Slater, G. Slepowitz, B. 
Softness, L. Spiegel (psychiatry), P.S. Steinfeld, 
M.A. Stevens, S.H. Swezey, J. Syaleed, R.N. 
Tingir, LB. Toback, P. Vaccaro, M.G. Versfelt 
(psychiatry), E.B. Visconti, J.D. Weiss, A. Weiss- 
Harrison, M.B. Welles, J.M. Werkmeister, R. 
Yeger-Arbitman, K.H. Zatz, D. Zigelman 

Visiting Instructor in Pediatrics 

E-M. Kim 

Required Clerkship 

THIRD YEAR 

The major undergraduate teaching effort of the 
Department of Pediatrics occurs in the third 
year. Each student takes a six-week Core 
Clerkship at either The New York Hospital or 
the North Shore University Hospital (NSUH). 
The organization of the clerkship at these two 
sites is somewhat different. At NSUH, each 
student spends 3 1/2 weeks on a general 
pediatric inpatient unit and 1 1/2 weeks on the 
inpatient adolescent unit. In addition, one 
week is spent in the outpatient clinics and 
newborn nurseries of the St. John's Hospital (a 
NSUH affiliate). At The New York Hospital, 
students are assigned to an inpatient team with 
which they make daily rounds and to which 



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they admit patients. Two of the six weeks are 
spent in the Ambulatory Unit of The New York 
Hospital, working in both general and 
subspecialty clinics. In addition, each student 
is assigned to a general pediatric clinic which 
he/she attends each week. Students also have 
an opportunity to spend four consecutive 
mornings in the well-infant nurseries, and an 
afternoon with a practicing pediatrician. 
Emergency room experience is gained by 
scheduled evening assignments to this unit. 

Students are responsible for a history, physical 
examination, and formulation of a differential 
diagnosis. The diagnostic and therapeutic plan 
for the patient is developed by the student, and 
presented to the attending physician. Students 
are expected to follow their patients closely, 
and to write pertinent progress notes. Formal 
teaching seminars are scheduled highlighting 
various aspects of general pediatrics as well as 
its subspecialties. In addition, the student 
participates in daily attending rounds and case 
discussions. The regularly scheduled Grand 
Rounds and Professorial Rounds for the 
Department of Pediatrics are part of the 
curriculum for the third-year student. 

Students are assigned in groups of four or five 
to a tutor who is a member of the faculty. In 
twice weekly meetings, the tutor reviews the 
student's writeups and formal case presenta- 
tions. These meetings are also frequently used 
to review specific points of diagnosis, treatment 
and pathophysiology through brief presenta- 
tions made by students. 

Elective Options 

Elective options are offered to first-, second-, 
and fourth-year students. The department 
offers a fourth-year clerkship in Pediatrics that 
gives the student an opportunity to function as 
a subintern on an inpatient service. Student is 
expected to help with admission exam, notes 
on patients, and a diagnostic and therapeutic 
plan. Call is every third night. Student has the 
opportunity to attend all conferences and 
rounds with the housestaff. In addition, a 
selective is offered in ambulatory pediatrics 
where student participates in evaluation and 
continuity clinics along with the many specialty 
clinics. Student will do history and physical 
examination on each patient and present a 
diagnostic and therapeutic plan. The goal of 
this selective is to provide student with a 
supervised exposure to ambulatory pediatrics 
with special emphasis on preventative health 
care, normal physical and psychosocial 
development and out-of-hospital management 
of chronic disease. 



In addition to a subinternship in general 
pediatrics, the department offers a wide variety 
of electives in both clinical and research 
pediatrics at The New York Hospital, Hospital 
for Special Surgery, Memorial Hospital, and 
North Shore University Hospital. Other elective 
courses are listed in the Fourth Year Course 
Catalog. 



PHARMACOLOGY 

Professors Emeriti of Pharmacology 

W. Modell, W.F. Riker. Jr., Revlon Pharmaceuti- 
cal Professor Emeritus of Pharmacology and 
Toxicology 

Professors of Pharmacology 

W.W.Y. Chan, acting chairman; R.W. Houde, 

C. E. Inturrisi, R. Levi, U. Muller-Eberhard 
(pediatrics), M. Okamoto, M.M. Reidenberg, 

A. B. Rifkind, A. Van Poznak (anesthesiology) 

Adjunct Professor of Pharmacology 

B. A. Berkowitz 

Visiting Professor of Pharmacology 

G.W. Sang 

Associate Professors of Pharmacology 

K.M. Foley (neurology). H. Kutt (neurology), 
G.W. Pasternak (neurology), H.H. Szeto 

Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Pharmacology 

A. Sastre 

Adjunct Associate Professors of Clinical 
Pharmacology 

D. E. Drayer, O.L. Laskin (medicine) 

Assistant Professors of Pharmacology 

S.S. Gross, B.R. Meyer (medicine), D.A. 
Notterman (pediatrics) 

Instructors in Pharmacology 

S.A. Fiamengo (anesthesiology), S.O. Franklin. 
G.S. Hartman (anesthesiology) 

Required Courses 

SECOND YEAR 

Medical Pharmacology A major aim of this 
course is to teach how selectivity of drug action 



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i.s determined by pharmacologic principles. 
Emphasis is placed on the application of 
pharmacologic principles to the understanding 
and evaluation of drug actions. The goal is to 
provide the student with a scientific basis for a 
rational approach to drug therapy. Prototype 
drugs considered systematically serve to 
illustrate the pharmacologic characteristics of 
the important drug classes and their application 
in medicine. 

The course begins with an introduction to the 
general principles of pharmacology. This is 
followed by a systematic coverage of major 
drug classes by lectures and conferences. 
Mechanisms of action and adverse effects of 
prototype drugs in current clinical use are 
presented in formal lectures. Case studies and 
problem-solving exercises are discussed at 
conferences to illustrate the application of basic 
pharmacologic knowledge in clinical medicine. 

Elective Options 

SECOND AND FOURTH YEARS 

In both the second- and fourth-year elective 
periods, opportunities are available to pursue 
supervised laboratory course work and clinical 
studies in neuropharmacology, cardiovascular 
pharmacology, endocrine pharmacology, renal 
pharmacology, clinical pharmacology, drug 
dependency, analgesic pharmacology, drug 
metabolism, and cancer chemotherapy. A 
course in molecular pharmacology is offered in 
the fourth quarter of the second year (see 
Fourth Year Course Catalog). 



PHYSIOLOGY AND 
BIOPHYSICS 

Professor Emeritus of Physiology and 
Biophysics 

R.L. Greif 

Professors of Physiology and Biophysics 

E E. Windhager, Maxwell M. Upson Professor of 
Physiology and Biophysics, chairman; O.S. 
Andersen, S.A.R. Fuchs (reproductive biology), 
D. Gardner, M.C. Gershengorn (medicine), B. 
Grafstein, Vincent and Brooke Astor Distin- 
guished Professor of Neuroscience, CO. Lee, T. 
Maack, L.G. Palmer, J.L. Stephenson (biomathe- 
matics) 



Research Professor of Physiology and 
Biophysics 

J.E. Sealey (medicine) 

Adjunct Professors of Physiology and 
Biophysics 

R.G. Abramson, E. Heinz 

Associate Professors of Physiology and 
Biophysics 

T.K.C. King (medicine), A.N. Krauss (pediat- 
rics), H.J. Sackin, B.W. Urban (anesthesiology), 
A.M. Weinstein 

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine in 
Physiology and Biophysics 

M.S. Pecker 

Associate Research Professor of Physiology 
and Biophysics 

G.F. Frindt 

Adjunct Associate Professors of Physiology 
and Biophysics 

S.B. Baruch, J.P. Reeves 

Assistant Professsors of Physiology and 
Biophysics 

S.G. Blank (medicine), M-J.F. Camargo (medi- 
cine), G.D. James (medicine), S.M. Jones, K-J. 
Kim (medicine), D.C. Larrivee, B.M. Rayson, E. 
Townes-Anderson 

Adjunct Assistant Professors of Physiology 
and Biophysics 

T.J. Colatsky, J.E. Franklin, Jr. (medicine), D.C. 
Gadsby, E. Natke, Jr. 

Visiting Assistant Professor of Physiology 
and Biophysics 

J. Okolicany 

Instructor in Physiology and Biophysics 

E. Recio-Pinto (anesthesiology) 

Visiting Instructor of Physiology and 
Biophysics 

S.W. Chae 

Required Courses 

FIRST YEAR 

Instruction in physiology and biophysics is 
concentrated in the third and fourth quarter of 



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the first year. Prerequisites include a basic 
knowledge of chemistry and physics and at 
least some knowledge of anatomy and 
biochemistry. The instruction in physiology 
and biophysics is directed toward an under- 
standing of the principles involved in the 
functioning of the human body and the means 
by which the functions of the various organ 
systems are integrated. 

The laboratory work emphasizes mammalian 
physiology, and is directed toward quantitative 
determinations. Students are expected 
personally to obtain experimental data in 
carefully selected experiments and are taught to 
interpret them objectively and in a physiologi- 
cally meaningful fashion. The laboratory 
experiments are chosen to illustrate fundamen- 
tal principles in the field of physiology and are 
correlated with lectures by means of confer- 
ences. The demonstrations include instruction 
in specialized techniques, experimental 
preparations, and presentation of clinical cases. 
These are facilitated by the participation and 
cooperation of staff members of various 
departments in the Medical College and The 
New York Hospital. 

Third Quarter Bioelectric phenomena, 
physiology of nerve and muscle, neuromuscu- 
lar junction, smooth muscle, cardiac electro- 
physiology and physiology of blood circulation; 
lectures and conferences on endocrinology 
(integrated interdepartmental teaching of 
endocrinology). Laboratory exercises: one day 
each week for four weeks. 

Fourth Quarter Laboratory work on selected 
topics in physiology and biophysics. Confer- 
ences are devoted largely to a consideration of 
laboratory results and to the presentation of 
patients who exhibit functional disturbances. 
Lectures are given on respiration, the physiol- 
ogy of body fluids and acid base balance, renal 
and gastrointestinal function. Laboratory 
exercises: one day each week for four weeks. 
Neurophysiology is taught by members of the 
physiology teaching staff in a separate 
neuroscience course. 

The student is expected to meet a standard of 
knowledge in the indicated areas of physiology 
of sufficient depth to provide a basis for clinical 
teaching. At the end of the course the student 
is expected to have a sound grasp of the 
physiological basis of medicine and a profes- 
sional understanding of the mechanisms 
involved in maintaining normal function of the 
human body. 



Elective Options 

Seminar courses in topics in membrane 
biophysics, topics in fluid and electrolyte 
balance, cardiac electrophysiology, gastrointes- 
tinal, and respiratory physiology are offered to 
first year students during the third and fourth 
quarter. An opportunity is offered to students 
during their second- and fourth-year elective 
periods to participate as laboratory instructors 
in physiology. Research work and journal 
clubs for medical students will be arranged on 
consultation with members of the department. 

PSYCHIATRY 

Professors Emeriti of Psychiatry 

O. Diethelm, R.N. Kohl, W.T. Lhamon 

Professor Emeritus of Clinical Psychiatry 

S.L. Feder 

Clinical Professors Emeriti of Psychiatry 

H.E. Daniells, P. Greenacre, FJ. Hamilton, Sr., 
J.H. Wall 

Professors of Psychiatry 

R. Michels, Barklie McKee Henry Professor of 
Psychiatry, chairman; A.M. Cooper, A.J. 
Frances, W.A. Frosch, J.G. Gibbs, Jr., S.L. 
Gilman (history), I D. Glick, K.A. Halmi, J. 
Holland, O.F. Kernberg, G.L. Klerman, J.J. 
Mann, R.B. Millman, Saul P. Steinberg Distin- 
guished Professor of Psychiatry and Public 
Health, C.R. Pfeffer, D.J. Reis (neurology), T. 
Shapiro, G.P. Smith (behavioral science), P.E. 
Stokes 

Professors of Clinical Psychiatry 

S.S. Asch, J R. Bemporad, J F. Clarkin (psychol- 
ogy), A H. Esman, S. Gaylin, J.L. Katz, S.W. 
Perry, III, A.H. Samiy (medicine), C.A. 
Shamoian, S.P. Stein, M.T.A. Vandersall, M. 
Viederman 

Clinical Professors of Psychiatry 

M. Beldoch (psychology), H.R. Blank, E.T. 
Carlson, H. Fensterheim (psychology), L. 
Friedman, S.S. Goldensohn, H.F. Hunt 
(psychology), R.A. Isay, H.S. Kaplan, R.C. 
Mastrovito, W.A. Myers, J.M. Quen, C.J. Sager, 
L. Salk (psychology) 



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Adjunct Professors of Psychiatry 

N. Dain (history), J.T. English, J. Green, W. 
Kass (psychology), B.F. Leavy (english), J.F. 
Masterson, M. Reznikoff (psychology), R. 
Schafer (psychology), H.J. Schlesinger 
(psychology) 

Adjunct Clinical Professor of Psychiatry 

L.D. Hankoff 

Associate Professors of Psychiatry 

G. J. Botvin (psychology), M.D. Clayson 
(psychology), M.E. Hertzig, P.F. Kernberg, J. 
Kocsis, C. Pollack (neurology), M.H. Sacks, F. 
Schwartz (psychology), J. A. Sechzer (psychol- 
ogy), K. Tardiff 

Associate Professors of Clinical Psychiatry 

R.C. Abrams, G.C. Addonizio, G.S. Alexopou- 
los, A.H. Appelbaum, B.L. Ballard, S.F. Bauer, 

H. Bolocan, S.A. Grolnick, F. Hajal, S.W. Hurt 
(psychology), S.J. Kaplan, H.D. Kibel, H.W. 
Koenigsberg, A.B. Lewis, A.W. Loranger 
(psychology), M.J. Massie, S. Mattis (psychol- 
ogy), M.R.A. Mattson, B.S. Meyers, F.T. Miller, 
S.G. Mortati, R.L. Munich, W.H. Redd (psychol- 
ogy), L.H. Rockland, J. Schomer, M.A. Selzer, 
S.K. Severino, M.K. Shear, G.E. Solomon 
(neurology), V.L. Susman, C.R. Swenson, K G. 
Terkelsen, P.G. Wilson, R.C. Young 

Associate Research Professor of Psychiatry 

G.L. Haas (psychology) 

Clinical Associate Professors of Psychiatry 

A.M. Antonovsky, J.M. Astrachan, A.R. Broden, 
J.W. Brown, R.D. Bruun, E.H. Church, J.F. 
Crow, E.G. Dabbs, A. DuPuis, S.R. Edelson, 
M.S. Eisenberg, A.K. Frankel, M.M. Fredland, 
R.E. Glass, R.B. Granet, R.S. Grayson, L.J. 
Hatterer, M. Hill, P.T. Janulis, T.P. Kalman, S.E. 
Kapel, M.G. Karmason, M.D. Kerr, A. Kiev, J.S. 
Kwawer (psychology), B. Landis (psychology), 
L.G. Laufer, R.F. Lax (psychology), M.S. 
Lederberg, H.J. Lefkowits, E.Y. Liang, E.L. 
Lipton, L. Loeb, A. A. McLean, M. Muroff 
(psychology), B.L. New, J.E. Nininger, Y. Nir, 
W. Overholser, J.M. Perman, M. Radomisli 
(psychology), J.M. Ross (psychology), M-L. 
Schoelly, A.M. Schwartz, D A. Shapiro, J.H. 
Spencer, Jr., T.G. Stauffer, J.J. Stine, N.L. 
Straker, J.S. Tamerin, J. Terry, D. Weitzner, M.C. 
Winestine (psychology), C. Winkelstein, M.C. 
Zimmerman (psychology) 



Adjunct Associate Professors of Psychiatry 

D.I. A. Cohen (biostatistics), F.F. Flach, R 
Gilder, H.H. Krauss (psychology), J.R. 
Lachenmeyer (psychology), R.B. Murphy 
(biochemistry), R. Rabkin, J. Steinberg 

Assistant Professors of Psychiatry 

W.V. Akman (medicine), W. Breitbart, G. 
Caracci, R.H. Catenaccio, P. Decina, L.J. 
DeStefano (psychology), A. Deltito, R.S. 
Deucher, J.B. Doller, V.M. Fornari, S. Gabel, 
R.E. Gallagher, D. Greenberg (psychology), E.R. 
Greenblatt (psychology), J. A.R. Grimaldi, J. P. 
Halper, J.W. Hull (psychology), I.G. Hyler, L.B. 
Jacobsberg, P. B. Jacobsen (psychology), B. 
Kalayam, L.M. Lesko, A. Manevitz, J.C. 
Markowitz, B.J. Mason (psychology), P. A. 
McBride, N.S. Miller, M.L. Moline (physiology), 
G.M. Montero, D.E. Nambudiri, W.R. Picker 
(psychology), H.J. Polan, A. Reggev (medicine), 
G.S. Ross (psychology), S. G. Ross, S.D. Roth, 
M.J. Russ, D.E. Sandberg (psychology), L.H 
Schneider, E.J. Schork, Jr. (psychology), J.E. 
Schultz, E.E. Seelye, M. Singh (biochemistry), 
M.S. Sokol, T. Sullivan, J. A. Sweeney (psychol- 
ogy), P.V. Trad, S.E. Tross (psychology), S.G. 
Underwood, P.J. Weiden, F.E. Yeomans 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Psychiatry 

D.C. Dillon, D.R. Wagner (neurology) 

Clinical Assistant Professors of Psychiatry 

D. Adams, R.C. Ascher, E.L. Auchincloss, S. 
Auchincloss, R.D. Baker, A. Barasch, J. 
Barbuto, R.J. Berlin, M B. Blitz, J. Blum 
(psychology), T.B. Boland (psychology), J. 
Bose, G. Brezenoff (psychology), L.M. Brody, 
R.B. Brower, J.L. Brown (pediatrics), W. Burten, 
T. Butler, M. Carsky (psychology), J.J. Cava- 
nagh, I. Chiarandini, C.J. Clark, A.J. Clarkin 
(psychology), D. Cohen, M.V. Cohen (psychol- 
ogy), R.P. Cohen, J. Cohler (psychology), H.N. 
Cooper, M.N. Datta, PC. Deri (psychology), 

C. B. Diamond, C.H. Diaz-Matos, M.V. DiGangi, 
N. Donson, T.L. Doyle, Jr., J. Dunietz, E. 
Einbinder, A. Eisen, S. Eisenman, K. Eisenstadt, 

D. Feinberg, S.D. Feinstein, E.H. Feuer, J.L. Fine 
(psychology), M.M. Fitzpatrick (psychology), 
M.P. Frogel, V. Fromberg, M.R. Fyer, R.L 
Ganeles, C. Gardner, B. Gilbert, K.J. Gilmore, 
M.M. Gilmore, A.B. Gistrak, H.I. Glazer 
(psychology), T. Glinberg, M.R. Goldberger, 
G.J. Grad, G. Greenberg (psychology), E.L. 
Greene, O.H. Gutierrez, D.N. Hertz, R.K. Hill, 

R. Hirsch, L. Hoffman, K. Hopenwasser, H.F. 
Huebner, C.G. Huntington (radiology), G.D. 
[gel, P S. Ingber, S.C. Josephson (psychology), 



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R. Kaiser, N.L. Kaplan, R.D. Kaplan, N.P. 
Karush, R.K. Karush. P.F. Kauff (psychology ). 
K. Kelly, H.A. Kim, K.S. Kirstein, J. Lanoil 
(psychology), Z.L. Lazar (psychology), R.E. Lee 
(medicine), K.A. Lepp, A.H. Levi (psychology), 
P. A. Levi, G.L. Levitt, B.A. Lieberman, D. 
Lieberman, J.H. Liebowitz, L.S. Linet, S. Lituchy, 

D. A. Lord (psychology), I B. Lorinstein 
(psychology), E M. Loutsch, M P. Luber. J.L. 
Maher, R.L. Malen, D. Manning, E. McNutt, J.G. 
Mendel, E.M. Mendelsohn (psychology), RJ. 
Mitchell, L.M. Moss, D.B. Nagel, A.D. Nahas, 
L.M. Najarian, M.J. Napoliello, S.G. Nathan 
(psychology), E. Nersessian, A.I. Newman, P.O. 
Niceta (surgery), H. Nunberg, B.E. O'Connell. 
A.K. Offit, E.C. Ortof (psychology), L.M. Parker, 

E. L. Parsons, J.T. Patten, D. Pelcovitz (psychol- 
ogy), V.S.B. Pender, M.A. Perelman (psychol- 
ogy), M.M. Peskin, E.R. Peyser, A. Phillips, V.R. 
Piskacek, J.M. Price, S.N. Price, A. Radomisli, 
J.C. Rembar (psychology), M.S. Reubins. M.M. 
Rick (psychology), J.B. Rohrlich, M.G. 
Rothenberg (psychology), E.B. Rowntree, M. 
Rubinstein, G.H. Rusk, A.F. Russo, E. Samberg, 

G. K. Samios, BJ. Saul, J.W. Schein. J. 
Schmugler, A.H. Schore, S.W. Seides, R. Silbert, 

H. B. Simon (surgery), M E. Snow (psychology), 
L.J. Sobel, M.A. Spiegel, M. Spital, [. 
Sternschein, J.T. Sutter, L. Tallal, J. Tolchin. L 
Tucker (psychology), H.J. Urbach, R. 
Waldbaum, S. Waldron, Jr., M. Wasserman. S.J. 
Wein, HJ. Weinberg. A S. Weiner (psychology), 
A. Weintrob, W.M. Weisner, J.H. Weiss 
(psychology), J. Weiss (psychology). R.W. 
Weiss, W. Weiss, L.C. Winther, M.H. Witkin 
(psychology), M R. Zimiles 

Adjunct Assistant Professors of Psychiatry 

E. Becker, J.L. Berg, B. Berger (psychology), 
W.H. Berman, Jr. (psychology), S. Bram 
(psychology), B. Buchsbaum (psychology), T. 
Cherbuliez, H. Davidoff-Hirsch, L. Diamond, A. 
Drewnowski (psychology), Z.E. Dziewanow- 
ska. B. Fishman (psychology), W.H. Goodman, 
S. Grossman, E. Halpert, M.G. Hart, S.P. 
Herman. A.B. Landolt, A. Lew, C.Z. Malatesta 
(psychology), J.C. Mayer, J.M. McGowan, A. 
Mobarak. I. Mohacsy, R. Neschis, E.S. Nininger. 
S.J. Orloff, S. Pazner, A. P. Perlstein, N. Peters, 
M. Praissman (biochemistry), E.L. Rabiner, S. 
Reich (psychology), T.A. Revenson (psychol- 
ogy), D.B. Robbins, L. Sevcik (anesthesiology), 
R.J. Sowala (psychology), J. Steisel 

Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry 

BJ. Seelig 



Instructors in Psychiatry 

J.W. Barnhill, R.M. Barris, F.N. Busch, E.S. Corp 
(psychology), M.M. Da Costa, D. Diamond 
(psychology), A.F. Dubro (psychology), R.A. 
Dulit, B.F. Edelstein, S. Fein, P.H. Fishier 
(psychology), T. Fishman, S.P. Frankmann (psy- 
chology), R.A. Friedman, M.H. Goldenthal 
(psychology), S.J. Goldsmith, J. Herzig, L.F. 
Hoffman, A.F. Kelly (psychology), H.V. 
Kisnadwala, B. Korey, J.G. Leclaire (psychol- 
ogy), J.C. Mahler, Jr., D.B. Marin, R.H. Martin, 
P.M. Marzuk, R. H. McCarthy. P. Merai, I.C. 
Mirchandani. M. Olfson, D.F. Pelino, SJ. 
Romano, J.H. Rowland (psychology). M.S. 
Rubinstein, G.A. Sagi, C.J. Sanderson (psychol- 
ogy), M.A. Scher, A.P. Sellew, T.E. Smith, T.W. 
Sowin, H. Van Bellingham, C.J. Weiss, M.T. 
Wilner, P.J. Wilner, CD. Wright 

Clinical Instructors in Psychiatry 

S. Aarons, H.K. Abramowicz, PJ. Acker 
(pediatrics), T.H. Ackerman, G.H. Albert. R 
Altman, B.J. Ambrosino, J.E. Asch, A. Balas, KJ. 
Barish (psychology). R. Bell, E.P. Bender, J. 
Benjamin. H. Berger, N. Berkowitz (pediatrics), 
D.K. Bloomgarden (medicine), J.W. 
Bloomgarden (psychology), S. Brandt, D.S. 
Breindel, R.H. Brent, N. Brockner, D M. Brody, 
J.E. Burris (ophthalmology, courtesy). B.B. 
Caraccio, N.B. Case (psychology), S.E. Chazan 
(psychology), N.S. Cohen (psychology), R.O. 
Cohen (psychology), S.K. Cohen, S.A. 
Cooperman, A.K. Criticos (psychology), H.F. 
Dawes (surgery), J.C. Dietrich (psychology), 
RJ. Doherty (dentistry), G.M. Dominiak. A. 
Donatelli, J. Ebenstein. D.J. Eger (psychology), 
M.D. Epstein, R.B. Fath, Jr. (medicine), C. 
Feigelson (psychology), L.G. Fischman, B.L. 
Flye (psychology), E.F. Flynn, L.Geisen 
(psychology), W.L. Golden (psychology). B. 
Goodman, M. Gordon, R.J. Gordon, M. A. 
Gould, M.S. Graham (dentistry), J. Greenberg, 
J.G. Greenspan (anesthesiology), P.L. Gross- 
man, H.H. Guy (anesthesiology), A.M. Hilmi 
(medicine), E.L. Hollander. M.A. Horowitz 
(ophthalmology, courtesy), J.T. Howard 
(obstetrics and gynecology), L.R. Jacobs, W. 
Jacobson, V.T. Jorgensen, V.B. Kaiser, S.B. 
Kardon (radiology), B. Katz, S.C. Katz, M.A. 
Katzman (psychology). S. Kofman (psychol- 
ogy), R. Kogan, S. Kramer, N.M. Kravis, R.S. 
Kruger (psychology). A.C. Lee (psychology), 
M.M-H. Lee (anesthesiology). S.P. Lee, M. 
Levine, E.G. Lister. P. Lister, A.N. Looker. M.A. 
Luallen (psychology), J.R. Lusic, B. Markman- 
Reubins, B.A. Meisel (obstetrics and gynecol- 
ogy), D.M. Mender. W.J. Miles (dermatology), 



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C.J. Morosini (medicine), D.A. Moses, J.B. 
Moses (medicine), ST. Nevins (otorhinolaryn- 
gology), S.B. Ornstein, A. Orr-Andrawes, L.D. 
Orvieto (dentistry), A. Papiasvili, S.L. Pauker, 
E M. Paul, P. Pechman (medicine), S.S. 
Phansalker, D.R. Powell (courtesy), L. 
Prusnofsky, J. A. Ramsdell (surgery), S.D. Raw 
(social work), A.O. Rebholz (dental surgery), 
J.O. Roiphe, P.E. Romero, A. Rosenberg, M.G. 
Rudden, R.S. Sacks, L.S. Sandberg, E.M. 
Sanders, M.B. Saul (dentistry), D.H. Sawyer, 
R.S. Schachter (psychology), L.D. Schackman, 
A. Schongalla, M. Schwab, M.N. Seif (psychol- 
ogy), E.D. Shaw (psychology), M. Shukla, P.F. 
Sicher, M. Sickles, L.M. Sinsheimer, L. Spiegel, 
A.I. Stempler, S.M. Trutt, T. Van Allen, M.G. 
Versfelt (pediatrics), S. Wagner (psychology), 
M. Wainston, C.W. Weinstein, D.J. Weiser, R. 
Welner, E.K. Zitzmann (surgery) 

Required Courses 

FIRST YEAR, First Quarter 

Introduction to Human Behavior This 
course reviews the phenomenology and 
development of human behavior. Each week a 
one-hour lecture demonstration presents 
aspects of mental functioning including affect, 
thought, and perception. Their role in the 
organization of defense and coping mecha- 
nisms, the doctor-patient relationship, and 
sexuality are elucidated. Following the lecture, 
small groups of students meet with two 
preceptors, discuss the lecture and reading 
material, and visit a medical or psychiatric ward 
where a patient is interviewed. The data of 
the interview are organized by using the 
material discussed that week. 

FIRST YEAR, Fourth Quarter 
Human Behavior in Disease: AIDS as 
paradigm The purpose of this course is to 
demonstrate how knowledge in the sciences of 
behavior and the mind is fruitfully brought to 
bear on major problems in psychiatry. One 
area, HIV spectrum disease, has been chosen 
for illustration and will be explored in depth 
over eight weeks. The course is given as a 
weekly three-hour session during the fourth 
academic quarter. In the first hour of each 
three-hour session lectures and videotaped 
demonstrations are given on selected topics. 
The other two hours are spent in small tutorial 
groups with two faculty members interviewing 
patients and discussing the topics. 



SECOND YEAR 

Psychopathology The major psychiatric 
disorders are discussed, emphasizing clinical 
features, etiology, diagnosis and treatment. 
After each lecture, groups of seven students 
meet with two faculty members on the wards 
of the Payne Whitney Clinic to discuss the 
lecture topic and reading assignments, and to 
interview patients. Students are helped to 
achieve an understanding of mental illness and 
to develop their observational, diagnostic, and 
interview skills. 

THIRD YEAR 

Clinical Psychiatry Clerkship Students are 
assigned for six weeks to special teaching units 
either at the Payne Whitney Clinic or at the 
Westchester Division of The New York 
Hospital. Clerks are given the opportunity to 
assume major responsibility for the evaluation 
and treatment of selected inpatients under the 
supervision of full-time faculty and residents. 

Students also work with the families of 
inpatients and participate in all ward activities. 
Outpatient experiences with adults and 
children are also provided. Seminar series, 
tutorials, readings and videotapes of typical 
psychiatric syndromes supplement the direct 
clinical experiences. 

Elective Options 

FIRST AND SECOND YEARS 

Electives are offered in basic research areas of 
psychiatry, including Chronobiology, Develop- 
ment, and Human Sexuality. Students are 
encouraged to become involved in research 
activities in the Department during the first 
year, which they then have the opportunity to 
develop over the next three years. They may 
apply this work to candidacy for the degree of 
M.D. with Honors in Research. A Psychiatry 
Club, which meets monthly, is open to all 
students interested in psychiatry. 

Summer Fellowships. A wide variety of 
summer fellowships in research are available. 
They include participation in ongoing faculty 
research as well as special projects specifically 
designed for medical students that can be 
completed in a ten-week period. Projects have 
ranged from the study of neurophysiology of 
exploratory behavior in rats to studies of the 
families of dialysis patients and of patients who 
do not follow medical regimens. Fellowships 
are available in inpatient and outpatient settings 
in many areas of the medical center. Details 



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are available at the office of the Director of 
Medical Student Education. Students can apply 
for an NIH Summer Research Fellowship, and 
other special programs are available. 

FOURTH YEAR 

Electives and subinternships in inpatient and 
outpatient psychiatry — both adult and child — 
offer extensive opportunities to learn diagnosis 
and treatment of psychiatric patients by 
assuming direct responsibility, under supervi- 
sion, for patient care. Research electives are 
available in the many research laboratories and 
activities of the Department including neuro- 
transmitter biochemistry, infant development, 
clinical pharmacology, movement disorders. 
AIDS, and many others. Electives are also 
available in consultation-liaison, social and 
community psychiatry, psychotherapy, etc. A 
special effort has been made to provide 
relevant clinical psychiatric electives in 
pediatrics, surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, 
oncology, and internal medicine for students 
who do not plan a career in psychiatry. 
Elective sites include Payne Whitney Clinic, 
Westchester Division, Memorial Hospital, and 
North Shore University Hospital, as well as the 
many sites of liaison activity on nonpsychiatric 
services within The New York Hospital. 
Details are available at the office of the Director 
of Medical Student Education and in the Fourth 
Year Course Catalog. 



PUBLIC HEALTH 

Professor Emeritus of Public Health 

F. Daniels, Jr. 

Clinical Professors Emeriti of Public Health 

L. Baumgartner, L.L. Heimoff, S.A.L. Howe, 

B. H. Kean 

Clinical Associate Professors Emeriti of 
Public Health 

C. A. Bernsten, Jr., D.R. Schwartz (nursing), 
A.W. Seligmann, A. Ullmann (social work) 

Professors of Public Health 

G. G. Reader, Livingston Farrand Professor of 
Public Health and Preventive Medicine, 
chairman; R.L. Engle, Jr., M.E.W. Goss 
(sociology), R.B. Millman Saul P. Steinberg 
Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry and 
Public Health, H.S. Ruchlin (economics) 



Professors of Clinical Public Health 

L.M. Drusin, W D. Johnson, Jr. 

Clinical Professors of Public Health 

E.J. Cassell, E.G. McCarthy, C.E. Stevens 

Adjunct Professors of Public Health 

M.H. Alderman, B.J. Flehinger (biostatistics), 
P.J. Imperato, V. Mike (biostatistics), G. 
Palevsky (engineering), A.L. Scherzer (pediat- 
rics), V.W. Sidel, E.A. Wolfson 

Visiting Professors of Public Health 

E. Ginzberg (economics), P.D. Marsden 

Associate Professors of Public Health 

G.J. Botvin (psychology), K. Tardiff (psychiatry) 

Associate Professors of Clinical Public 
Health 

R.L. Braham, E.T Khuri 

Clinical Associate Professors of Public 
Health 

M L. Finkel, D.G. Miller, K. Siegel (sociology) 

Adjunct Associate Professors of Public 
Health 

S.A. Kline, M.J. Kreek, S.C. Phillips 

Adjunct Associate Professor of Clinical 
Public Health 

E.F. Pascarelli 

Assistant Professors of Public Health 

E. Baker, R.B. Brower, L.A. Dusenbury 
(psychology), N.L. Geller, L.M. Gerber, A. 
Gibofsky, S.V. Horowitz (social psychology), 
J.F. Kerner (psychology), K.D. LaGuardia, M.L. 
Lesser (biostatistics), S. Madhavan, J. P. 
Nicholson, P L. Schnall, R. Soave 

Clinical Assistant Professors of Public 
Health 

G. Bondi, J.D. Dougherty, G.R. LeClercq, E.A. 
Zang (biostatistics) 

Adjunct Assistant Professors of Public 
Health 

D A. Benezra, S.B. Blum, J.A. DeHovitz, J.H. 
Godbold, Jr., (biostatistics), W.H. Loery, C.W. 
Wilkinson 



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Associate Epidemologist in Public Health 

M.E. Warshauer 

Instructor Public Health 

K. Offit 

Clinical Instructors in Public Health 

L.J. Biris, P.G. Elster 

Educational Goals 

Public Health as a field focuses on disease 
prevention, disease control, and health 
promotion in human groups. Society, rather 
than the individual, is the "patient." A major 
function of public health practitioners is the 
design and supervision of organized public and 
private programs targeted to meet community 
health needs. Researchers in public health 
from fields within and outside of medicine 
provide the knowledge-base for such programs. 
The specific content of practice and research in 
public health changes with changing technol- 
ogy and altered social and environmental 
conditions. But the goal remains the same: to 
reduce the amount of disease, premature death, 
and disease-produced disability in groups of 
people through organized efforts and disci- 
plined study. 

Courses in the Department of Public Health are 
designed to introduce students to important 
aspects of the field. Recognizing that the 
majority of students will not receive further 
training in public health after medical school, 
the department seeks to equip students with 
basic concepts and methods that will promote 
their present and future understanding of local, 
national, and international issues concerned 
with the public's health. Also, through 
teaching the approaches to problem solving 
embodied in epidemiology and biostatistics, the 
department seeks to provide lifelong intellec- 
tual tools for designing and assessing research 
in many fields of medicine. Electives are 
available for students who wish more intense 
exposure to public health research and/or 
practice. 

Required Courses 

FIRST YEAR 

Community Health and Disease Prevention 

This course describes selected current disease 
problems that threaten or impair community 
health in the U.S. and abroad. The multiple 
interacting individual, social, economic, 
political, and environmental factors responsible 
for such problems are considered, as are 



approaches to preventing or alleviating the 
problems on a community-wide basis. Lectures 
and small group seminars. Coordinator, Dr. 
Millman. Third Quarter. 

Introduction to Biostatistics This course 
presents a brief introduction to the basic 
concepts of probability and classical statistics, 
and describes the major statistical techniques 
encountered in the medical literature. Methods 
for collecting and summarizing clinical data are 
discussed, with emphasis on the design of 
clinical trials. Computer terminals for solving 
statistical problems are available. An exemp- 
tion test is available for students with previous 
training in statistics. Dr. Godbold. Third 
Quarter. 

Introduction to Epidemiology This course 
deals with the distribution and causation of 
diseases in mankind, and with the concepts 
and methods necessary to describe and analyze 
such phenomena in populations and groups. 
Considered early in the course are important 
indices of disease frequency, mortality 
measures, design of retrospective (case history) 
and prospective (cohort) studies, and measures 
of relative and attributive risk. These funda- 
mentals are then illustrated by reviewing 
selected communicable and chronic diseases, 
and by critical examination of recent journal 
articles. Lectures and seminars. Third Quarter. 

Systems of Health Care This course describes 
the U.S. health care system in terms of the 
major dimensions used to characterize health 
care systems world-wide: the availability and 
organization of health personnel, types of 
health care facilities, and sources of economic 
support for health care activities. It includes 
attention to issues in the regulation of quality 
of medical care, problems in planning health 
care for communities and the nation, and the 
role of politics in formulating national health 
care policy. To provide perspective, the British 
system of providing health care is also 
discussed. Dr. Reader and Dr. Goss. Fourth 
Quarter. 

SECOND YEAR 

Parasitology and Tropical Medicine (the 
B.H. Kean Course) This course focuses 
principally on disease caused by the larger 
parasites that are especially prevalent in so- 
called underdeveloped areas. The course 
begins with the study of the host-parasite 
relationship as it is considered in microbiology 
and pathology and then broadens to include 
macroscopic parasites. Thus, although the 



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initial and major emphasis of the course is on 
microscopy, it also deals with the main avenues 
for the study of diseases in man; clinical 
medicine and epidemiology. The important 
larger parasites of man reconsidered, the mode 
of transmission of each parasite is studied, as 
well as the life cycle and the intermediate 
hosts. Prevention and control of human 
parasitic diseases are considered and therapy 
for these conditions is discussed. Actual cases 
of parasitic diseases are used to illustrate 
laboratory exercises and lectures. Dr. Johnson, 
assisted by Dr. Marsden. Fourth Quarter. 

THIRD YEAR 

Public Health and Community Medicine 

This course provides field trips in New York 
City, coordinated with seminar sessions in 
which field trip experiences and the larger 
public health issues involved are discussed and 
evaluated. Literature review is stressed along 
with first-hand experience in order to arrive at 
balanced views of major topics in public health 
as they relate to a metropolitan area. Teaching 
is conducted in small groups. Coordinator, Dr. 
Drusin. Rotations throughout the year. 

Elective Options 

Electives are offered throughout the four years. 
They include individually arranged study and 
research in health economics, in health care 
delivery problems in New York City, and in 
substance abuse, other public health problems, 
as well as experience and training in epidemi- 
ology at the Centers for Disease Control, 
Atlanta, Georgia. A full listing of electives is 
available in the Fourth Year Course Catalog. 

RADIOLOGY 

Professor Emeritus of Radiology 

J.A. Evans 

Clinical Professor Emeritus of Radiology 

R.F. Phillips 

Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of 
Radiology 

J. Zizmor 

Professors of Radiology 

J. P. Whalen, chairman; D.V. Becker, F.C.H. 
Chu, R.H. Freiberger, B.S. Hilaris, J.J. Kaye, E. 



Kazam, L. Krook, S.M. Larson, J.S. Laughlin 
(physics), T.A. Sos, H.L. Stein, R.C. Watson 

Professors of Clinical Radiology 

M.A.E. Batata, Y.M. Berkmen, M.D.F. Deck, 
A.B. Goldman, H. Pavlov, S.J. Vacirca (physics), 
P.H. Winchester 

Clinical Professor of Radiology 

F.M. Cummins 

Adjunct Professors of Clinical Radiology 

P. Rossi, J.L. Westcott 

Visiting Clinical Professor of Radiology 

D. Wilner 

Associate Professors of Radiology 

R.E. Bigler (physics), P.W. Brill, E E. Deschner 
(medicine), Ml Druzin (obstetrics and 
gynecology), B. Ghelman, D.G. Gomez, A.F. 
Govoni, C.I. Henschke, J.R. Hurley, R.A. 
Hyman, R.J.R. Knowles (physics), J.A. Markisz, 
R. Mohan, J.B. Naidich, L.Z. Nisce, N. Poker, 
L.N. Rothenberg (physics), P.B. Zanzonico 
(physics) 

Associate Professors of Clinical Radiology 

L. Bosworth, J.F. Botet, J.F. Caravelli, M A. 
Goldman, D.B. Hayt, R.T. Heelan, G. Krol, S. 
Packer (ophthalmology), W.A. Rubenstein, S.D. 
Sarkar, R. Schneider, J. Smith, H.S. Teixidor, 
S.S. Turner, R.D. Zimmerman 

Clinical Associate Professors of Radiology 

Y.H. Auh. L. Kalisher, G. Stassa 

Adjunct Associate Professors of Radiology 

S. Baiter (physics), P.T. Cahill (physics), D. 
Cowburn (physics), L.F. Lunin, EA. Nunez 
(physics), M.E. Peterson (physics) 

Assistant Professors of Radiology 

D. J. Ballon (physics), B.L. Binkert, K.S. Black, 
S. Bow, CM. Burman (physics), L. Carl, G.A. 
Cataldi, C-H Chang (physics), S-T. Chiu-Tsao 
(physics), C-S. Chui (physics), K.S. Crystal, S.D. 
Davis, D.D. Dershaw, D.S. DeBlasio, M.J. 
Edelman, R.O. Ehrenpreis, S.B. Epstein, D. 
Fontenla (physics), M.T Gorey, R. Gottesman, 

E. S. Gould, A.B. Haimes, K. Han (physics), L.A. 
Heier, T.K. Ho (physics), S. Hopfan, J.M. 
Hutson (obstetrics and gynecology), B.R. 
Javors, B.J. Kashdan, D.L. Katz, Y.S. Kim, P A. 
Kosovsky, J.A. Koutcher (physics), S.A. Kroop, 



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S.C. Krysiewicz, G.J. Kutcher (physics), L.P. 
Lawrence, T.J. LoSasso (physics), M.E. 
Masterson (physics), P.V. O'Moore, D.M. 
Panicek, M I C. Perpignano, M.E. Rackson, D.L. 
Sherr, O.S.M. Tsen (physics), J. Warshawsky, A. 
Wecksell, K.L. Weingarten, D. Wojtasek, D. 
Yankelevitz, K. Zirinsky 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Radiology 

M. Graham (physics), J. Levenbrown, R.C. 
Packert, K. Pentlow (physics), G.D. Ragazzoni 
(physics), J. St. Germain (physics) 

Clinical Assistant Professors of Radiology 

G.F. Abbott, S.A. Albert, J. Bastidas, B.E. Cohn, 
P.J. Conte, A.G. Dembner, A W. Haraway, V.M. 
Herasme, J.C. Hirschy, C.G. Huntington, M. 
Jacobs, K.B. Karlson, R.H. Learning, J.V. 
Levitan, M. Levy-Ravetch, C.C. Maniatis, L.D. 
Neistadt, J.G. Pardes, L.A. Saint Louis, H. Selby, 
S.J. Sherman, R. Solow, C.J. Youner 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Radiology 

L.F. Campbell 

Visiting Assistant Professor of Radiology 

J. Gao 

Clinical Instructors in Radiology 

M. Barandes, R.J. Katz 

Facilities 

The completion of the C.V. Starr Pavilion in 
1985 has enabled the Department of Radiology 
to centralize and expand its facilities in a 
vertical distribution to provide maximal 
availability to the various clinical services. The 
main sections of the Radiology Department are 
located on several floors of the Starr Building. 
These sections comprise General Radiological 
service to The New York Hospital inpatients on 
Starr 9; Pediatric Radiology on Starr 9; 
Computerized Tomographic scanning and 
Ultrasound on Starr 8; Neuroradiology on Starr 
6; Interventional radiology on L5 and Nuclear 
Medicine on Starr 2. The department's central 
offices, conference room, and library are 
located on Starr 8a. 

Other important sections of the department are 
maintained at locations convenient for patient 
care: Angiography and Interventional Radiology 
on L5, Uroradiology on Starr 9, Emergency 
Radiology, and OB-GYN Radiology. A new 
outpatient radiology facility has recently been 
completed, and is located adjacent to the lobby 
of the C.V. Starr Pavilion. The section of 



Nuclear Magnetic Resonance is located in the 
subbasement level of the Payne Whitney Clinic 
building because of structural shielding 
considerations. The research facilities for the 
department are located on the sixth floor of the 
Harkness Research Building. The Department 
of Radiological Physics at Memorial Hospital 
provides radiation surveys, calibration, and 
teaching in radiological physics. Radiation 
Therapy facilities are located in the Stich 
Building. A state of the art MRI Scanner is 
located in a private office setting on 72nd Street 
behind the "S" building. 

Teaching 

The teaching of radiology is integrated with the 
medical school curriculum during all four 
academic years. Teaching includes seminars, 
lectures, conferences, observation, and 
participation in a variety of elective courses. 

FIRST YEAR 

In conjunction with the first year course in 
neuroanatomy, a correlative lecture in 
neuroradiological anatomy is given. 

SECOND YEAR 

During the fourth quarter of the second year, 
introductory lectures are given on the clinical 
aspects of radiology, in preparation for third- 
year clinical clerkships. The student is 
introduced to the principles of film interpreta- 
tion, indications for radiological examination, 
and to the choice and sequence of the various 
imaging modalities for the patient's maximal 
clinical benefit. 

THIRD YEAR 

The third year radiology clerkship endeavors to 
provide the student with a broad overview of 
general diagnostic radiology and the radiologic 
subspecialties. All current modalities of 
medical imaging are covered in the clerkship, 
which is an integral and mandatory part of the 
third year curriculum. The clerkship is given at 
the beginning of the third year, and consists of 
teaching seminars, practical experience, and a 
computer assisted teaching program termed 
RADMAC. Mornings are spent acquiring 
"hands-on" experience at The New York 
Hospital and affiliated teaching institutions. 
The students participate in imaging examina- 
tions in neuroradiology, angiography, compu- 
terized tomographic scanning, magnetic 
resonance imaging, nuclear medicine, 
gastrointestinal radiology, and pediatric and 
bone radiology. The students learn how these 
examinations are carried out, what the patient 



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will experience, and how the examinations are 
interpreted. Afternoons are devoted to didactic 
presentations in all of the major fields of 
Radiology. The student's remaining unstruc- 
tured time is used for self-instaiction with the 
RADMAC program and assigned readings in 
two textbooks. 

Additional instruction in Radiology during the 
third year is given to students on medical and 
surgical clerkships, who attend daily house staff 
film review of current cases with an attending 
radiologist. 

FOURTH YEAR 

During the fourth year, elective modules in 

advanced diagnostic radiology are offered to 

students at The New York Hospital, Memorial 

Hospital, Hospital for Special Surgery, North 

Shore University Hospital and at St. Barnabas 

Medical Center. 
i 

The student may choose from a wide selection 
of electives in all phases of radiology. 
Alternatively, an elective may be structured to 
the student's particular needs and plans, 
following an interview. 

Additional elective modules are offered by the 
Department of Radiation Therapy in clinical 
radiation therapy, brachytherapy and radiation 
biophysics. The department is equipped with a 
full range of the most modern radiotherapeutic 
equipment used in the treatment of malignant 
disease. 



SURGERY 

Professors Emeriti of Surgery 

EJ. Beattie, V.F. Marshall (urology), R.L. 
Patterson, Jr., (orthopedics), B.S. Ray 

Professors Emeriti of Clinical Surgery 

W.G. Cahan, L.R. Straub 

Clinical Professors Emeriti of Surgery 

W.A. Barnes, J.W. Draper, H.S. Dunbar 
(neurosurgery), H.W. Farr, C.W. Holman, T.R. 
Miller, J.A. Urban 

Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of 
Surgery 

W.F. Nickel 



Professors of Surgery 

G.T. Shires, Lewis Atterbury Stimson Profes- 
sor of Surgery, chairman; S.P. Arnoczky 
(comparative orthopedics), M.F. Brennan, A H. 
Burstein (applied biomechanics), JJ. DeCosse, 
P. Dineen, M.M. Eisenberg, P.R. Exelby, W.R. 
Fair, J. G. Fortner, R.A.R. Fraser (neurosurgery), 
J.H. Galicich, Jr., D. Goulian (plastic surgery), 
O.W. Isom (cardiothoracic), J.M. Lane (orthope- 
dics), N. Martini, W. Nagler (rehabilitation 
medicine), R.H. Patterson, Jr., (neurosurgery), 
S.F. Redo (pediatrics), A.L. Rubin (biochemis- 
try), D.B. Skinner, K.H. Stenzel (biochemistry), 
E.W. Strong, E.D. Vaughan, Jr., fames J. Colt 
Professor of Urology in Surgery, R.F. Warren 
(orthopedics), W.F. Whitmore Jr.( urology), P.D. 
Wilson, Jr. (orthopedics) 

Professors of Clinical Surgery 

J R. Denton, A.E. Inglis (orthopedics), J.N. Insall 
(orthopedics), B. Jacobs (orthopedics), D.B. 
Levine (orthopedics), D.S. Martin, W.F. Pizzi, 

C. S. Ranawat (orthopedics), L. Root, E.A. Salvati 
(orthopedics), J. P. Shah, M.H. Shiu, R.H. Spiro, 
A. Yagoda (urology) 

Clinical Professors of Surgery 

S.J. Behrman (dental and oral), B.E. Bromberg, 
R.H. Guthrie, J.H. McGovern (urology), E C. 
Muecke (urology), S.H.Q. Quan, P.H. Stern 
(rehabilitation medicine), B. Thorbjarnarson, 
A D. Turnbull, J.C. Whitsell, II 

Adjunct Research Professor of Surgery 

D. Felsen (pharmacology) 

Adjunct Clinical Professor of Surgery 

G.J. Wise (urology) 

Associate Professors of Surgery 

A. Antonacci, E. Arbit, N. Bander (urology), 
D.L. Bartel (applied biomechanics), A.R. Beil, 
Jr., F. Betts (biophysics), H.L. Bush, Jr. 
(vascular), A.M. Cohen, J.M. Davis, W.E. Enker. 
M. Goldstein (urology), C.W. Goodwin, Jr., 
Johnson & Johnson Distinguished Associate 
Professor of Surgery, P.M. Guida, H.W. Herr, 
D.W. Kinne, K. Krieger (cardiothoracic), S.F. 
Lowry, D. E. Matthews, A.J. Okinaka, M.P. 
Osborne, J.C. Otis (applied biomechanics), P.M. 
Pellicci (orthopedics), R.A. Riehle, Jr. (urology), 
R.R. Riggio (biochemistry), CM. Rimnac 
(applied biomechanics), V. Rusch, M.F. Silane, 
P.A. Skudder, B.H. Smith, L. Staino-Coico 
(microbiology), W.T. Stubenbord, P.A. Torzilli 



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(applied biomechanics), T.M. Wright (applied 
biomechanics), R.W. Yurt 

Associate Professors of Clinical Surgery 

M.S. Bains, W.H.O. Bohne (orthopedics), S.W. 
Burke (orthopedics), J.S. Cheigh (biochemistry), 
F.W. Gamache, Jr. (neurosurgery), A C. Geiss, 
R.F. Green (rehabilitation medicine), B.R. 
Heinzen, W.H. Knapper, M.H. Lavyne 
(neurosurgery), J. P. Lyden (orthopedics), P.M. 
McCormack, D.T. Mininberg (urology), S.D. 
Saal (medicine), T P. Sculco (orthopedics), P.C. 
Sogani, J.F. Sullivan (biochemistry), L. Tapia 
(medicine), A.J. Tortolani, John D Mountain 
Distinguished Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery 

Clinical Associate Professors of Surgery 

S.E. Asnis, R.H. Bard, H.Z. Benjamin (rehabilita- 
tive medicine), R. Carras, J.W. Coleman 
(urology), A. F. Cortese, J.H. Doherty (orthope- 
dics), J.A. Epstein, A. A. Fracchia, J. A. Fracchia 
(urology), A.H. Gold, B. Hoexter, M.J. Kaplitt, 
F.R. Kunken (dental and oral), H. Mannix, R.C. 
Marcove (orthopedics), V.F. Marzulli, K.P. 
Morrissey, W.R. Pitts, Jr., (urology), J.J. Putnam 
(dental and oral), J.M. Reckler, C.E. Rogers, E. 
Rudd (rehabilitative medicine), C.S. Shin, J.W. 
Smith (plastic surgery), N. Spier, R.M. Stark 
(orthopedics), R.S. Waldbaum, G.E. Wantz 

Adjunct Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery 

A. E. Kuehl 

Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery 

CM. Pellman 

Assistant Professors of Surgery 

N.K. AJtorki, A.T. Appleton (orthopedics), P S. 
Barie, D.A. Behrman (dental and oral), M.E. 
Burt (cardiothoracic); J. C. Byrne (urology), S.E. 
Calvano, D.G. Coit, C.N. Cornell (orthopedics), 
J. Ghajar (neurosurgery), J. P. Gold (cardiothora- 
cic), D.I. Gorga (rehabilitation medicine), P.H. 
Halebian, M.H. Hall, R.J. Hariri (neurosurgery), 
L.P. Harvey-Banchik, J.H. Healey (orthopedics), 
D.A. Hidalgo, L.A. Hoffman (plastic surgery), 
N.A. Johanson (orthopedics), G.E. King, S.J. 
Lang (cardiothoracic), M.P. LaQuaglia, G.S. 
LaTrenta, M.A. Marano, J.A. McAuley, R.R. 
McCormack, Jr. (orthopedics), C.G. Moccio, L.L. 
Moldawer, M.P. Moore, M.J. Morse, R.L. Nelson, 
S.L. Nori (rehabilitation medicine), D.A. 



Notterman (pediatrics), S.J. O'Brien (orthope- 
dics), V.A. Parnell, Jr., J.A. Petrek, G.N. Pugliese 
(rehabilitation medicine), D.S. Reiner, P. Russo, 
G.Tom Shires III, E.L. Sigurdson, R.B. Snow 
(neurosurgery), R.E. Sosa (urology), L.I. Von 
Estorff (rehabilitation medicine), J.C.L. Wang 
(medicine), R.J. Ward, S.A. Weinerman 
(medicine), G.F. Whalen, T.L. Wickiewicz 
(orthopedics), R.E. Windsor (orthopedics) 

Assistant Professors of Clinical Surgery 

J.M. Aronian III, T.A. Chaglassian 

Clinical Assistant Professors of Surgery 

I.J. Aprile, M. Aden, F. Attiyeh, H.T. Barbaris, 
I.F. Barkan (rehabilitation medicine), L.A. 
Behrman (dental and oral), CM. Beiles, B.W. 
Brewer, W.T. Curry, T.M. Darrigan (dental and 
oral), J.D. Davis (dental and oral), A.J. DePalo, 
D M. Dines (orthopedics), C.R. Dunbar 
(orthopedics), A.C. Elias (dental and oral), A.R. 
Ernst, J. Feinberg (plastic surgery), J.L. 
Finkelstein, L.A. Fish (urology), G.W. Flint, S.L. 
Frantz, M.E. Freund, S.G. Friedman, G.M. 
Galvin (dental and oral), A.F. Glendinning, 
L.A. Gordon, J.G. Hansen, S.J. Hershon, R.E. 
Hertz, G. Imber, K. Kenigsberg, S.M. Koteen 
(dental and oral), S.B. Labow, L.B. Lane 
(orthopedics), J.C. Lee (dental and oral), L.R. 
Levin, R.M. Linsky, M.R. Madden (burn unit), 
P.J. Marchisello (orthopedics), C.J. Mauro, D.M. 
Mazor, J. P. McCarron, Jr. (urology), T P. 
McGovern (urology), N.I. Mendell (dental and 
oral), H. Miller (dental and oral), G.W. Miner 
(urology), A.S. Mishrick, L.J. Mondschein 
(urology), J.E. Morrison (orthopedics), M.D. 
Moseson, P.O. Niceta (urology), E.J. Nowak, 
M.A. Paglia, J.R. Pamilla (orthopedics), E.R. 
Piccaro (dental and oral), LB. Prince (dental 
and oral), L.E. Quitt (dental and oral), T.L. 
Raftery, D.S. Rho (rehabilitation medicine), 
K.O. Rothaus, H. Rothenberg, J.E. Rowan 
(dental and oral), C.K. Saha, B.S. Savits, D C. 
Silverstein (orthopedics), H.B. Simon (urology), 
B.D. Sklansky (plastic surgery), LA. Spira 
(orthopedics), H. Statman, J.K. Swinburne, F.J. 
Vagnini, K.P. Velis (orthopedics), J.J. Williams 
(urology) 

Adjunct Assistant Professors of Surgery 

R.J. Berson (urology), J.D. Birkoff (urology), 
D.A. Bloomfield, (cardiothoracic), D R. Buskirk 
(neurobiology), K.R. Krauss, F.C. Lowe, M.H. 
Wechsler, R.R. Zelko (orthopedics) 



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Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professors of 
Surgery 

P.N. DeSanctis, R.A. Dietrich, N.E. Epstein, S. 
Fortunoff, G. Fried, J. Glasser, U.K. Guarin 
(urology), J.J. Ippolito (urology), S. Kase, H. 
Lumerman (dental and oral). B.W. Rubin 
(urology) 

Visiting Assistant Professors of Surgery 

W.K. Aulitzky, G.A. Gastl (urology) 

Instructors in Surgery 

G.S. Aldea, D.W. Altchek (orthopedics), R. 
Brockman, F.P. Cammisa, Jr., D.G. Ciaburri, 
L.H. Durban (cardiothoracic), M.P. Figgie 
(orthopedics), T.C. McLure (otorhinolaryngol- 
ogy), G.N. Minoli (dental and oral), L.L. 
Peterson (rehabilitation medicine) 

Clinical Instructors in Surgery 

J. Abramowitz, M.W. Abrams, C. Arango (cour- 
tesy), M.J. Atkiss, H.A. Bade III (orthopedics), 
F.L. Badillo (urology), S.M. Baum (dental and 
oral), S.R. Baumgarten (courtesy), F T. Bergan, 
R.B. Berroya, G.S. Bromley (plastic surgery), 

A. D. Brown (rehabilitation medicine), D. 
Buchbinder (courtesy), J.L. Clarke, J.R. Cole 
(orthopedics), L.M. Cooper (dental and oral), 
J.F. Crowe (orthopedics), R.L. Cucin (plastic 
surgery), L.M. Deane, R E. Decker, S.L. Deckoff, 
D.C. DeRisi, A.R. Deschamps, J-F Eid (urology), 
S.M. Erlanger, M.J. Errico, F.E. Florio (courtesy), 
P.M. Gallagher (plastic surgery), V.K. Garg, J. P. 
Gaston, R.F. Giannandrea (dental and oral), 

B. R. Gilbert (urology), M R. Glogoff (dental and 
oral), R.W. Gluck (courtesy), R.E. Goldberger, 
B.M. Greenberg, J.W. Guido, F.A. Gulmi 
(courtesy), J.L. Halpern (dental and oral), A.H. 
Harris, A.J. Hauser (dental and oral), J.I. 
Hershman (urology), M.S. Hochberg (dental 
and oral), A.D. Housman (courtesy), C. Kaplan 
(dental and oral), R. Karsten (dental and oral), 
N.M. Katlowitz (urology), K.V. Krishnasastry, 
K.R. Kurz (urology), H.R. LaMaute, G.W. Lee, 
M.S. Lemchen (dental and oral), S.J. Lentini 
(dental and oral), S.R. Levin (rehabilitation 
medicine), DJ. Levine (dental and oral), B.M. 
Libin (dental and oral), F.M. Lifshey (dental and 
oral), M.H-H. Loo (urology), F.N. Lukash, I. 
Madeb (urology), L.J. Marino (dental and oral), 
T.M. Mauri, D.A. Mayer, T. Meshkati, J.L. 
Mitchell (dental and oral), P.R. Neumann, P.D. 
Pack (dental and oral), M.W. Panio (orthope- 
dics), H.S. Partridge, D.L. Picard, E.W. Powers 
III (plastic surgery), B.I. Preminger (courtesy), 
A.J. Procaccino, P H. Pruden (dental and oral), 
I.M. Rampello (rehabilitation medicine), D.S. 



Rich (orthopedics), T.D. Rizzo (orthopedics), 
H.A. Rose, A.D. Rosenthal, S.P. Saltzman 
(dental and oral), R.L. Salzer, Jr., (orthopedics), 
J.J. Sandhaus (courtesy), G.W. Sanford (dental 
and oral), M A. Savino (courtesy), N il. 
Schulman, R.G. Schwager (plastic surgery), E.G. 
Schwartz (orthopedics), R.E. Schwartz, G. Sferra 
(dental and oral), J. M. Sherwood, H.B. So, R.M. 
Sorin (dental and oral), M.G. Steinberg (dental 
and oral), A.M. Stone, R.J. Strauss, A.J. Trattler, 
V.J. Tumminello (courtesy), S.J. Tunick (dental 
and oral), M.H. Vine (courtesy), S. Wainstein 
(courtesy), J.S. Waxier, A.B. White (orthope- 
dics), A.J. Wise, M. Wosnitzer (courtesy), J. 
Yogaratnam 

Visiting Clinical Instructor in Surgery 

J.S. Rosen (urology) 

Required Courses 

SECOND YEAR 

Instruction begins in the fourth quarter of the 
second year. Sessions are provided in general 
surgical problems as part of the course in 
physical diagnosis. Instruction is also provided 
in orthopedic and urologic examination. 

THIRD YEAR 

The curriculum for the third year provides a 
core program of clinical instruction in surgery 
to the student during a twelve-week period. 
This consolidates all surgical instruction, 
outside of initial teaching in physical diagnosis 
in the second year, and leaves the fourth year 
for elective studies. 

The third-year class is divided into four 
sections. Each quarter provides approximately 
twelve weeks on the general surgery pavilions 
with a selection of rotations through the 
divisions of thoracic surgery, urology, neuro- 
surgery, ophthalmology, otorhinolaryngology, 
pediatric surgery, plastic surgery and orthope- 
dics (Hospital for Special Surgery). During this 
time, the student acts as clinical clerk and 
participates in day-to-day activities in patient 
care. The student gathers experience by taking 
complete histories and doing physical 
examinations. The student also evaluates 
laboratory determinations on assigned patients 
and has an opportunity to participate in the 
preoperative preparation. When the patient is 
operated on, the student may act as part of the 
operating team to see at first hand the 
pathological conditions for which the operation 
was undertaken. The student attends the 
rounds held by the residents and members of 
the senior staff. 



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Each Wednesday, from 2 to 3 p.m., the 
chairman of the department has a conference 
with the student body during which various 
surgical problems are reviewed. On Mondays 
and Thursdays, from 2 to 5 p.m., seminars are 
held in which attending surgeons lecture on 
surgery and its subspecialties. This schedule 
provides a broad coverage of surgery in its 
entirety. 

On Monday and Friday afternoons, ward 
rounds are held by surgeons accompanied by 
students. These rounds are oriented toward 
the particular patients and problems available 
on the floor each time. On Wednesday 
mornings there is a session in experimental 
surgery. The students are divided into groups 
and operations on animals (dogs) are per- 
formed under the direction of surgeons. 
Students alternate as anesthesiologists, 
surgeons, and assistants during the operations. 
These operations are performed under strict 
aseptic conditions and simulate conditions 



actually encountered in the operating room. 
The students are responsible for the care of the 
animal during the preoperative and postopera- 
tive periods, writing operative notes, and 
keeping a log for each operation that is 
performed. The first week of the surgical 
clerkship is devoted to otorhinolaryngology 
and ophthalmology exclusively for clerkship 
and lectures. 

Elective Options 

FOURTH YEAR 

In the fourth year, the Department of Surgery 
offers a variety of electives, including experi- 
ences in clinical fields as well as in research 
laboratories. These are fully outlined in the 
Fourth Year Course Catalog. It is at this time 
that the students have an opportunity to work 
in the Burn Center to fulfill subinternship 
selective requirements. 



AEROMED, the airborne ambulance service of the Department of Surgery's Burn and Trauma Center 



Prizes 



The American Medical Women's 
Association presents the Janet M. Glasgow 
Memorial Award to the woman who graduates 
first in her class, or, the Janet M. Glasgow Me- 
morial Achievement Citations to those female 
students who graduate in the top 10% of their 
class. In 1989, Achievement Citations were 
awarded to Caroline Amadeo, Karen R. Brandt, 
Antonia S. New and Linda R. Sanderson. 

CIBA Award for Outstanding Community 
Service. This award, a complete set of the 
Netter Atlas Volumes, is offered each year by 
the CIBA Pharmaceutical Company to the 
student in the sophomore class who has 
performed some laudable extracurricular 
activity within the community. Louis M. Adler 
received the award in 1989. 

The Clarence C. Coryell Prize in Medicine 

was endowed by a bequest from Dr. Coryell, a 
graduate of the Medical College in 1903. The 
prize, financed by the income, is to be awarded 
annually to the student or students having the 
highest average in medicine through the junior 
year. This prize was awarded in the fall of 
1988 to Leonard N. Girardi, Jr. and Lisa Klein. 

The Clarence C. Coryell Prize in Surgery 

was also endowed by a bequest from Dr. 
Coryell. The prize, financed by the income, is 
to be awarded annually to the student who 
attains the highest marks in surgery during the 
third and fourth years. In 1989, this prize was 
awarded to Leonard N. Girardi, Jr. 

Gustavo Cudkowicz Memorial Prize in 
Immunobiology. This prize was given for the 
first time in 1983. It was established by the 
colleagues, friends and family of the late Dr. 
Gustavo Cudkowicz to perpetuate his interest 
in immunobiology and medical education. In 
1989, this prize was awarded to James P. 
DiSanto. 



Jesse Wagner, recipient of the John Metcalf Polk 
Prize and the Sarah O'Laughlin Foley Prize in 
Clinical Medicine, with Dean Shires at 
Convocation 



Dean's Research Prizes. Cash awards are 
offered to matriculated students in any class for 
excellence in research. These prizes were 
awarded to Roy S. Herbst, Robert G. Maki and 
S. Robert Rozbruch in 1989. 
The Oskar Diethelm Prize for Excellence in 
Psychiatry was established in honor of Dr. 
Diethelm, who was Chairman of the Depart- 
ment of Psychiatry of Cornell University 
Medical College from 1936 to 1962. It is 
awarded annually to the medical student who 
has demonstrated exceptional interest and 
ability in psychiatry through research, clinical 
activities, or scholarly work. Antonia S. New 
received the prize in 1989. 

The David Drusin Memorial Prize was 

established by his family and friends to recog- 
nize both scholastic achievement in medicine 
and those intangible human qualities associated 
with a good physician. The prize is awarded to 
a student or students who have completed the 
third clinical year. Candidates for this prize are 
to be recommended by the Chairman of the 
Department of Medicine to the Dean of the 
Medical College at the conclusion of the third 
year. This prize was awarded to Joaquin E. 
Cigarroa and Antonia S. New in 1989. 

The Franklyn Ellenbogen Prize in Hematol- 
ogy-Oncology was established by a gift from 
the Franklyn Ellenbogen, Jr., Memorial 
Foundation in honor of Ralph L. Nachman, 
M.D., Professor of Medicine and Chief of the 
Division of Hematology-Oncology. The 
income from this endowed fund is used to 
finance an annual Hematology-Oncology Prize 
and is given to a fourth-year graduating student 
who has demonstrated significant evidence of 
achievement in this field. The prize was 
awarded to Beatrice E. Knudsen in 1989. 

Sarah O'Laughlin Foley Prize in Clinical 
Medicine. Dr. William T. Foley, Emeritus 
Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine and a 
member of the class of 1937, established this 
annual prize in memory of his mother. The 
recipients, members of the graduating class, are 
selected for excellence in clinical medicine by 



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the Chairman of the Department of Medicine. 
In 1989, the prizes were awarded to David H. 
Montgomery, Patricia C. Pollio and Jesse 
Wagner. 

Louis Gibofsky Memorial Prize. This award 
was established by his wife and son, Dr. Allan 
Gibofsky of the Class of 1973. A cash prize is 
offered to the medical student who, in the 
judgment of the Student Research Committee, 
submits the best research paper in nephrology, 
dialysis, transplantation, or immunobiology. In 
1989, this prize was awarded to Milan 
Kinkhabwala. 

Good Physician Award. A silver desk tray, 
suitably inscribed and given by Dr. Philip 
Stimson, is awarded to that member of the 
graduating class who, by vote of the class, best 
exemplifies the intangible qualities of "the good 
physician." Michael J. Bernardo was elected to 
receive the award in 1989. 

Charles L. Horn Prize Fund. The income 
from this fund is awarded each year to a mem- 
ber of the graduating class who has demon- 
strated outstanding qualities of leadership and 
service to the medical community. The prize 
was awarded to Shari R. Midoneck in 1989. 

Faith Stewart-Gordon Prize for Excellence 
in Rehabilitative Medicine. The recipient of 
this prize should demonstrate a sincere interest 
in a career in Physical Medicine and Rehabilita- 
tion and show the most promise to excel in 
that field. This prize was not awarded in 1989. 

The Herman L. Jacobius Prize in Pathology 

was established in 1945 by a gift from Dr. 
Lawrence Jacobius and his friends in memory 
of his son Herman L. Jacobius '39, who was 
killed in action in the Netherlands on Septem- 
ber 28, 1944. The income is awarded annually 
to the student of the third- or fourth-year class 
who, in the opinion of the Department of Path- 
ology, merits recognition for high scholastic 
attainments and outstanding performance in the 
subject of pathology. In 1989, the prize was 
awarded to Brian K. Stewart. 

The George Ladas Prize for Efficiency in 
Gynecology was established by George Ladas, 
a graduate of the Medical College in 1927, in 
memory of his mother. The prize is awarded 
to the medical student who has demonstrated 
the greatest proficiency in gynecology. In 1989, 
the prize was awarded to Brian K. Stewart. 

The Dr. Harold Lamport Biomedical 
Research Prize. A cash award is presented to 
the medical student who submits the best thesis 
reporting original biomedical research while a 
candidate solely for an M.D. degree. The 
award, which includes a certificate, is in 



memory of Dr. Harold Lamport, Distinguished 
Service Professor of Physiology and Biophysics 
at Mount Sinai School of Medicine. This prize 
was given to S. Robert Rozbruch in 1989. 

The Jay Lawrence Award for Clinical Profi- 
ciency in Infectious Diseases was established 
in 1988 by Mrs. Lawrence in memory of her 
husband. The recipient, to be chosen by the 
Chief of Infectious Diseases and Dr. Charles R. 
Steinberg, Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine, is awarded to a student who has 
demonstrated excellence in clinical infectious 
diseases. The first recipient of this prize was 
Carol A. Riccardi. 

The Robert M. Lintz Prize for Efficiency in 
Rheumatic Diseases was established by Dr. 
Robert M. Lintz to be awarded to a member, or 
members of the graduating class for achieve- 
ment in rheumatic diseases. This prize was not 
awarded in 1989. 

Elise Strang L'Esperance Prize. This prize is 
awarded to that woman student of the graduat- 
ing class who best reflects the attributes and 
values of Dr. L'Esperance who served on the 
faculty of Cornell University Medical College for 
forty years. In 1989, the prize was awarded to 
Antonia S. New and Linda R. Sanderson. 

Lemmon Company Outstanding Student 
Award. This award is given in recognition of 
achievement by a graduate who has excelled in 
his or her field of study. The recipient of this 
prize in 1989 was Jesse Wagner. 

The George S. Meister Prize in Pediatrics 

was established in memory of Dr. George S. 
Meister '26 as an expression of the high esteem 
in which he was held. The prize consists of 
income derived annually from an invested fund 
contributed by members of his family, his close 
friends and associates, his classmates in 
chemical engineering at New York University, 
and his classmates in medicine at the Medical 
College. Awarded initially in 1967, the prize is 
given each year for efficiency in pediatrics to a 
member of the graduating class selected by the 
Department of Pediatrics. Lenora M. Noroski 
and Daniel H. Sterman were given this award 
in 1989. 

James A. Moore Prize in Otology. This prize, 
a silver medal, is awarded to a student for 
excellence in the field of Otology. Mr. and 
Mrs. James Stewart-Gordon established this 
prize in 1986 in honor of Dr. Moore, who was 
Chairman of the Department of Otorhinolaryn- 
gology from 1947 to 1978. Steven L. Katz 
received the medal this year. 

James A. Moore Scholarship was established 
by associates of Dr. James A. Moore, Chairman 



Prizes 77 



of the Department of Otorhinolaryngology from 
1947 to 1978. The scholarship is awarded to a 
student who excels in the field of otorhinolar- 
yngology. The prize was awarded to Steven L. 
Katz in 1989. 

Alfred Moritz Michaelis Prize for Efficiency 
in General Medicine. The income is offered 
as a prize for general efficiency in the 
Department of Medicine, in commemoration of 
Alfred Moritz Michaelis, who was graduated 
from the Medical College on June 11, 1925 and 
who died during his internship at Mount Sinai 
Hospital on April 24, 1926. The award is 
presented at the end of the fourth year to a 
member of the graduating class who has taken 
the full course of study at the Medical College. 
In 1989, the prize was awarded to Gregory A. 
Liguori, Antonia S. New and James K. Roberts. 

Gustave J. Noback Memorial Prize in 
Anatomy was established in 1962 by Miss 
Berthe Manent, a graduate of The New York 
Hospital School of Nursing in memory of Dr. 
Gustave J. Noback. Dr. Noback will be 
remembered for his great kindness and 
generosity to all his students, and also for his 
work in research and sculpture. The income 
from this fund is awarded yearly at the 
discretion of the professor in charge, to a 
student who has performed outstanding work 
in the field of anatomy. The prize was 
awarded to Ignacio Rua, Jr. in 1989- 

Gustave J. Noback Memorial Fund for 
Advanced Study and Teaching in the Field 
of Anatomy. In 1963 a second fund to honor 
Dr. Gustave J. Noback was established by Miss 
Berthe Manent to help meet the needs of 
young men and women entering the field of 
anatomy for advanced study and teaching. The 
income is to be awarded yearly at the 
discretion of the chairman. This prize was not 
awarded in 1989. 

Arthur Palmer Prize for Efficiency in 
Otorhinolaryngology. This prize is made 
available from the income of the Arthur Palmer 
Fund, which was provided by the members of 
the Department of Otorhinolaryngology in 
honor of Dr. Palmer. The prize is given to the 
student in the graduating class who has the 
best record in this specialty. In 1989, this prize 
was awarded to Sarah A. Stackpole. 

Joan Severino Parisi Prize in Internal 
Medicine was established in 1989 by Dr. Alfred 
F. Parisi, a 1963 graduate of Cornell University 
Medical College, in loving memory of his wife, 
Joan Severino Parisi. The prize is to be 
awarded to the graduating senior who, in the 
judgment of the faculty, has demonstrated both 



a warm and caring relationship for patients and 
high level scholastic achievement in Internal 
Medicine. The first recipient of this prize was 
Maureen T. Connelly. 

The Robert F. Pitts Prize has been established 
by a generous gift of the late Robert F. Pitts, 
former chairman of the Department of 
Physiology at Cornell University Medical 
College and past president of the American 
Physiological Society. Two prizes, a $2,500 first 
prize and a $1,500 second prize, are offered for 
research conducted by medical students in the 
Department of Physiology at Cornell University 
Medical College. The selection shall be made 
on the basis of manuscripts submitted to an 
Awards Committee. This committee consists of 
the Chairmen of the Department of Physiology 
at Harvard Medical School and Yale University 
School of Medicine, the Dean, and the 
Chairman of the Committee of Research Prizes 
at Cornell University Medical College. The 
Chairman of the Department of Physiology at 
Cornell shall act as the chairman of this 
committee. If the papers submitted are not 
considered worthy of special commendation, 
the prize will be withheld. In 1989, this prize 
was not awarded. 

John Metcalf Polk Prizes for General 
Efficiency. These prizes, financed by the 
income from an endowed fund, are given in 
commemoration of John Metcalf Polk '99, who 
was an instructor in the Medical College at the 
time of his death. The prizes are presented at 
the end of the fourth year to the three students 
who have the highest academic standing for 
the four years of study. Only those students 
who have taken the full course of study at the 
Medical College are eligible. In 1989, these 
prizes were awarded to Nathan Bahary, Jesse 
Wagner and Howard L. Weiner. 

Dean William Mecklenburg Polk Memorial 
Prize. In memory of William Mecklenburg 
Polk, M.D., L.L.D., first dean of the Medical 
College, two prizes are offered for proficiency 
in research to regularly matriculated students of 
the Medical College. Members of all classes are 
eligible for these prizes. 

The awards are made at the end of each 
academic year for the best report presented, in 
writing, of research work done by students, or 
for valuable reviews and logical presentations 
on medical subjects not to be found fully 
considered in a single text or reference book. If 
the papers submitted are not considered worthy 
of special commendation the prizes will be 
withheld. In 1989, this prize was awarded to 
Nathan Bahary and Chadwick W. Christine III. 



78 Prizes 



Ralph I. Poucher Prize for Proficiency in 
Obstetrics and Gynecology w as established 
in 1989 by Mrs. David D. Thompson in memory 
of her father The prize is to be awarded to a 
graduating woman student for proficiency in 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. The first recipient 
was Patricia C. Pollio. 

Gustav Seeligmann Prizes for Efficiency in 
Obstetrics. These prizes, financed l>\ the 
income from an endowment established by an 
anonymous donor in recognition of the work 
of Dr. Gustav Seeligmann, are given to students 
of the graduating class who have made the best 
record in obstetrics. In 1989 the prize was 
awarded to Steven L. Katz. 

Sondra Lee Shaw Memorial Prize. The 

income from an endowment fund established 
by Mrs. Joan S. Friedman in memory of her 
sister, Sondra Lee Shaw, supports an annual 
prize given in her memory. The prize is 
awarded to the student who has produced an 
outstanding research paper in the field ol 
neurology, pharmacology related to the 
nervous system, or behavioral science. The 
prize winner is chosen by the Committee on 
Prizes and Research. The prize was not 
awarded in 1989. 

The Paul Sherlock Prize in Internal 
Medicine. This prize, established by the Alpha 
Omega Alpha chapter of the Class of 1985 and 
the Cornell University Medical College Alumni 
Association, honors Dr. Paul Sherlock, Class of 
1954, a popular and respected teacher until his 
death in 1985. The award is presented to the 
graduating student who is pursuing a career in 
Internal Medicine and w ho has demonstrated 
exceptional integrity and compassion in caring 
for patients as exemplified by Dr. Sherlock. 
The recipient is selected by his/her classmates. 
In 1989. the prize was awarded to Jeffrey C. 
Webber. 

Mitchell Spivak Memorial Prize in 
Pediatrics. Various donors contributed to the 
endowment for this prize as a memorial to the 
father of Jerry L. Spivak '64. The prize, 
financed by the endowment income, is 
awarded annually to the member of the 
graduating class who has made the best record 
in pediatrics. In 1989, this prize was awarded 
to Karen R. Brandt and Scott A. Rodeo. 

T. Campbell Thompson Prize for Excel- 
lence in Orthopedic Surgery. An endowed 
fund in recognition of Dr. Thompson's 
leadership in the teaching and practice <>l 
orthopedic surgery, was established by his 
friends and associates on the staff of the 
Hospital for Special Surgery. The income is to 
be awarded yearly to members of the graduat- 



ing class who have demonstrated the greatest 
proficiency in orthopedic surgery. These 
awards are made by the dean upon recommen- 
dation ol the faculty members ol the Hospital 
for Special Surgery. Scott A. Rodeo was 
awarded this honor in 1'AS'J 

The William C. Thro Memorial Prize was 

established in memory of William C. Thro '01, 
whose deep interest and devotion to clinical 
pathology found expression in the teaching and 
practice of this subject at his alma mater 
continuously from 1910 to 1938. The income 
from the endowed prize is awarded to the 
student who attains the best record in the 
pathophysiology course. The candidate for the 
prize is recommended by the professor of 
pathophysiology. In 1989 the prize was 
aw arded to Glenn D. Goldman. 

Upjohn Achievement Award. This annual 
award to a member of the graduating i lass is 
given m recognition of outstanding achieve- 
ment in a basic science. Consisting of a cash 
award and a plaque, the award is supported by 
the Upjohn Company. In 1989. this prize was 
awarded to Howard L. Weiner. 

Weiss Prize for Excellence in Clinical 
Medicine. The prize was established by Mr. 
and Mrs. Roger Weiss in 1979 as an expression 
of the high esteem in which they hold their 
physician. Dr. Harvey Klein. The cash award is 
presented to a member of the graduating class 
w ho. in the opinion of the committee chaired 
by Dr Klein and consisting of the Chairman ol 
the Department of Medicine, the chief resident 
in medicine and the assistant chief resident in 
medicine, best exemplifies the qualities 
necessary lor the attainment of outstanding 
bedside clinical competence in the field of 
internal medicine. The prize was awarded to 
Patricia C. Pollio in 1989. 

The Anthony Seth Werner, M.D., Memorial 
Prize was established by Dr Aaron S. Werner 
to honor the memory of his son, Dr. Anthony 
Seth Werner, who was an assistant professor in 
the Department of Medicine at the time of his 
death in 1968. The prize is awarded annually 
to a member of the graduating class for 
excellence in the study of infectious diseases. 
Michael J. Bernardo received this prize in 1989. 

The Harold G. Wolff Research Prize is 

presented in memory of the late, famed chief of 
neurology at The New York Hospital-Cornell 
Medical Center. The prize, a cash award, is 
given to the medical student of any class w ho 
has completed the most outstanding piece of 
original research in the neurological or 
behavioral sciences. In 1989. this prize was 
awarded to Michael D. Kaplan. 



Scholarships 



Through the generosity of many individuals and 
organizations, endowment incomes and annual 
gifts provide funds for both scholarships and 
loans. 

Financial information is not a factor in the 
selection of students at the Cornell University 
Medical College. Scholarship income is derived 
from endowed and invested funds and other 
resources listed below. Awards are made on 
the basis of financial need. Any student in 
good standing in the Medical College who has 
financial need is eligible to apply for assistance. 
Awards are made for one year only and 
returning students must reapply each year. The 
funds listed below are available only to students 
who have been awarded financial aid. 

Vivian B. Allen Scholarship Endowment. 

Through the generosity of the Vivian B. Allen 
Foundation, Inc., this endowment has been 
established to provide income to aid needy 
students of good scholastic standing who 
otherwise would not be able to complete their 
medical studies. 

Vincent Astor Fund for Medical and 
Graduate Student Scholarships. The income 
from this generous endowment from the 
Vincent Astor Foundation provides financial aid 
for students at the Medical College and the 
Graduate School of Medical Sciences. 

The Auxiliary of The New York Hospital 
Scholarship. Income from this endowed fund 
established by the Auxiliary of The New York 
Hospital provides aid for a third or fourth year 
medical student with financial need. 

David P. Barr, M.D. Fellowship Fund. An 

annual gift from the Cornell University Medical 
College Alumni Association honors the late 
David P. Barr, M.D. '14. Funds provide 
fellowship support for students involved in 
research and clinical activities. 

Wilder and Helen Guy Beal Scholarship 
Fund. Income from a generous bequest from 
the estate of Helen Guy Beal will be used to 
provide financial support for students interested 
in general practice in small communities. 



Becker Family Scholarship Fund. The 

income from this endowed fund, established by 
a generous gift from the estate of Louis Becker, 
is used to provide scholarships for deserving 
students. 

The Lois and Max Beren Foundation. An 

annual gift from the Lois and Max Beren 
Foundation is awarded to a promising student 
attending the Cornell University Medical College 
who would find it impossible to attend without 
financial support. 

H. Meredith Berry Scholarship Fund. The 

income from this endowment fund, established 
by gifts from Dr. H. Meredith Berry '41, is used 
to help a needy and deserving student. 

Siegfried and Josephine Bieber Scholarship 
Endowment. The income from the endow- 
ment, given by the late Mrs. Siegfried Bieber 
and the Siegfried and Josephine Bieber 
Foundation, provides financial aid for students 
in good academic standing who need financial 
aid. 

The John V. Bohrer Scholarship Fund was 

endowed by a bequest from Laura S. Bohrer in 
memory of her husband, Dr. John V. Bohrer. 
Scholarships from the income are awarded to 
students "who shall express a willingness and 
intention to restore to the trust fund the 
amounts received by them, as and when their 
circumstances permit." 

Lucien and Ethel Brownstone Merit Medical 
Scholarship. Generous gifts to Cornell 
University Medical College and to three other 
New York City medical schools by the Lucien 
and Ethel Brownstone Foundation established 
the first American Merit Medical Scholarship. 
The income from the endowment established 
by the gift is awarded as a four-year scholarship 
to one or two students. The donors hope to 
encourage the most innately gifted, best 
educated, and most mature individuals to enter 
the complex and humane field of medicine. 
The first award was made in 1968. 

Mary E.C. Cantle Scholarship Fund. The 

income from this invested fund, which was 
established by a bequest from Mary E C. Cantle, 
provides scholarships for worthy students in the 
Medical College. 



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Lisle C. Carter Scholarship Fund. Income 
from this fund, established from the estate of 
Emilie Siebert, is to be used for grants to third- 
and fourth-year minority students. 

Frances N. and John A. ( ashman Scholar- 
ship Fund. This endowed fund was estab- 
lished by a generous gift from the Trust of 
Frances Nevins Cashman. The income from this 
fund provides a scholarship to a woman 
student. 

Lillian M. Charles Scholarship Endowment. 

The income from this fund, which was 
established by a generous gift from the late Mrs. 
Howard W. Charles, provides scholarship 
assistance for needy students who are in good 
academic standing. 

Class of 1944 Scholarship Fund. The class of 
1944 has established an endowed scholarship 
fund. The income from this endowment is to 
be used to provide grants to worthy and needy 
students. 

Class of 1946 Scholarship Fund. The class of 
1946 has established an endowed scholarship 
fund. The income from this endowment is to be 
used to provide grants to worthy and needy 
students. 

Class of 1961 Scholarship Fund. The Class 
of 1961 has established an endowed scholarship 
fund. The income from this endowment is to 
be used to provide grants to worthy and needy 
students. 

Class of 1962 Lawrence Hanlon Scholarship 
Fund. This fund, in honor of the 25th 
anniversary of the Class of 1962, is in memory 
of Dr. Hanlon, Associate Dean of Students 
while the class was at the Medical College. 
Income from the fund is to be used to provide 
aid to medical students needing financial 
assistance. 

E. Craig Coats Scholarship Fund. This fund 
was endowed by the family of Dr. E. Craig 
Coats '30, in his memory. Dr. Coats served as a 
member of the faculty of the Medical College 
and as an attending urologist at The New York 
Hospital for many years. Income from the 
endowment provides scholarship assistance for 
a third- or fourth-year student, preferably a 
student with an interest in urology. 

Joseph Collins Foundation. Cornell Univer- 
sity Medical College is one of the medical 
schools assisted by the foundation established 
by Joseph Collins, M.D., a pioneer in the field 
of neurology. Aid is given to needy medical 
students with interest in broad fields of 
learning. 



Coppermines Foundation Scholarship 
Endowment. Income from this endowment, 
established by a generous gift from the Copper- 
mines Foundation, provides financial assistance 
for needy and worthy students. 

Jean Davidoff and Elizabeth Cohen 
Scholarship Fund. This endowment was 
established through a gift by Dr. Harry S. 
Berkoff 23 in memory of his sisters. The 
income is available annually to a student, or 
students, in the third- and fourth-year classes 
who are in need of financial aid and who, by 
their scholarship and conduct, have proved 
worthy of this. 

Dean's Special Scholarship Fund. This 
invested fund was established through the 
generosity of many contributors. The income is 
used to provide scholarships for worthy 
students who are especially in need of financial 
assistance. 

Mehdi Dilmaghani Scholarship. An annual 
gift in memory of Mehdi Dilmaghani provides 
financial aid for a needy student 

Kate and Henry Eichel Scholarship Fund. 

This gift from the estate of Kate Eichel is an 
invested fund given in memory of Kate Eichel 
and her brother, Dr. Henry Eichel '07. The 
investment income provides financial aid for 
students in need of financial assistance. 

Dr. Harry Eno Scholarship Endowment. 

Established in 1955 by a gift of the late Dr. 
Harry Eno, the income from this endowment 
provides scholarships for needy and worthy 
students in the Medical College. 

Gertrude and Louis Feil Scholarship Fund. 

This generous fund was established by the 
family and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Feil in 
honor of their parents' fiftieth wedding 
anniversary. The income is used for financial 
aid for deserving medical students. 

The Jeremiah S. Ferguson Scholarship Fund 

was established by the Board of Trustees of 
Cornell University in memory of Jeremiah S. 
Ferguson. The investment income is awarded 
annually to a student in the third- or fourth-year 

classes. 

Anthony Ferrara Memorial Scholarship 
Fund. The mother of Anthony Ferrara and his 
fellow students and friends established this 
fund. The investment income provides 
scholarship assistance to deserving medical 
students. 

Joseph P. Ferrigan Endowment. The income 
from this endowed fund, established by an 
anonymous gift, is used to benefit a worthy and 



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meritorious student in need of financial 
assistance. 

Eleanor Ruth Gale Fund. Income from a 
bequest from the estate of Eleanor Ruth Gale 
provides support for a female graduate of the 
College of Arts and Sciences of Cornell 
University who is attending the Medical College. 

The Wallace D. Garrabradt Scholarship 
Endowment was established by the late Mabel 
G. Gormley and the income is awarded 
annually to a regularly matriculated student of 
high academic achievement who is in need of 
financial assistance. 

Roscoe Giles Scholarship Fund. This fund, 
established by gifts from minority faculty, 
alumni and friends of the Medical College, 
provides scholarships for minority students. It 
honors Roscoe Conkling Giles 15, the first 
black graduate of Cornell University Medical 
College, a leader in developing equal rights for 
physicians and an outstanding surgeon. 

Anna C. Gossner Memorial Scholarship 
Fund. An endowed fund has been established 
by Joseph L. and Simone D. Gossner in 
memory of Mr. Gossner's mother, Anna C. 
Gossner. The income from this endowment 
will provide financial support for dedicated 
students of the Cornell University Medical 
College who have need. 

Simone D. and Joseph L. Gossner Scholar- 
ship. A generous gift from Simone D. and 
Joseph Gossner will provide income for a 
scholarship for a medical student with financial 
need. 

The Judge and Mrs. Samuel Jordon Graham 
Memorial Scholarship Endowment was 
established by a bequest from the estate of E. 
Norman P. Graham. The income provides 
scholarship assistance for deserving students of 
the Medical College. 

Connie M. Guion Fund. Financial aid for 
women students has been made available by a 
generous bequest from the estate of Dr. Connie 
M. Guion '17. 

Connie M. Guion Scholarship. Providing an 
annual scholarship to be used toward tuition for 
a student of the Medical College, the scholar- 
ship was established by Ambassador and Mrs. 
Vincent deRoulet to express their gratitude to 
the late Dr. Connie Guion 17. 

Connie M. Guion Scholarship for Medicine. 

The Joseph Collins Foundation provides an 
annual scholarship to a fourth-year student of 



outstanding merit in honor of the late Dr. 
Connie M. Guion '17. 

Mary F. Hall Scholarship Endowment. The 

income from a fund established by a bequest of 
Miss Mary F. Hall is available to any woman 
student in the Medical College who needs its 
aid, who is a bona fide resident of the State of 
New York, and was such prior to admission to 
the college. 

The Giovanna Maria Harrower Scholarship. 

A generous bequest from the estate of 
Giovanna Maria Harrower provides income to 
support financial aid for deserving medical 
students at Cornell University Medical College. 

Dr. John A. I lei m Scholarship Endowment. 

The income from this fund, which was 
established under the will of Dr. John A. Heim 
05, provides scholarships in the Medical 
College for students who are in need of 
financial assistance. 

Milton Helpern Fund. A bequest from the 
late Fritz J. Cramer, M.D. '26 and the late Kate 
Constable Cramer, M.D. is in memory of the 
late Milton Helpern, M.D. '26. Income from the 
fund is to be used to purchase tickets to cultural 
events for Cornell University Medical College 
students. 

The Irma T. Hirschl Scholarship. The 

income from a trust under the will of Irma T. 
Hirschl provides scholarships to needy, 
outstanding students dedicated to medical 
science, the easing of pain and the protection 
of life. Several other medical schools in the city 
are also beneficiaries under the trust. 

Maier and Shantsya Hitzig Scholarship. 

Through a generous gift, Dr. William M. Hitzig 
'29 established this endowed scholarship in 
memory of his father and mother. The income 
is allotted annually as a scholarship, with 
preference given to students who have done 
meritorious work in internal medicine. 

The Dr. Edward Hoenig Scholarship Fund 

was endowed by gifts from Dr. Robert Hoenig 
'34 and Dr. Theodore Hoenig '40 in memory of 
their father, Dr. Edward Hoenig TO. The 
income provides financial assistance to needy 
and worthy students. 

Samuel Hollander Endowment. The income 
from an endowed fund established by bequest 
of Dr. Samuel Hollander is awarded to a worthy 
student for scholarship. 



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The Ruth Hollohan Scholarship Fund was 

established under the terms of the will of Jessie 
L. Hollohan in memory of Ruth Hollohan. The 
investment income is used for financial aid in 
the Medical College with first consideration 
given to entering students of high academic 
achievement who are in need of financial 
assistance. 

Elizabeth and Neill Houston Scholarship 
Endowment. The scholarship was established 
in 1952 by a gift from Elizabeth and Neill 
Houston. The income from the endowment 
provides a room-rent scholarship in Olin Hall. 

Charles Evans Hughes Memorial Founda- 
tion Scholarship Fund. The foundation was 
established by the late Chauncey L. Waddell on 
the death of his wife Catherine Hughes 
Waddell, in memory of her father, Chief Justice 
Hughes. The generous gift was made to the 
Medical College to support the effort to meet 
the financial aid requirements of enrolled 
minority students. 

Professor Andrew Hunter Scholarship. This 
fund was established by the Maurice H. Givens 
Trust in honor of the late Professor Andrew 
Hunter, who was a professor of biochemistry at 
the Ithaca division of Cornell University Medical 
College, where Mr. Givens served as Professor 
Hunter's assistant from 1909-1914. The income 
from this endowment provides scholarships to 
needy and worthy students in the Medical 
College. 

Dr. Charles I. Hyde '10 and Eva Hyde Schol- 
arship Endowment. Established by the late 
Dr. Charles I. Hyde and Mrs. Eva Hyde in 
memory of her daughter Anita Shirley Hyde, 
this endowment provides income to meritorious 
students who have completed one year of the 
regular medical course and are in need of 
assistance. 

James and Louise Jobe Scholarship Fund. A 

generous gift from Miss Louise Jobe has 
endowed the James W. and Louise Jobe 
Scholarship Fund. Income will be used to 
provide financial aid to a needy student. 

The Dick Katzin M.D. Scholarship Fund was 

established in 1966 by Dick Katzin '65. The 
annual gift is used to give financial aid to needy 
students. 

B.H. Kean - Marc Haas Fellowships. 

Through the generosity of Mr. Marc Haas, in 
honor of Dr. B.H. Kean, support is available to 
Cornell medical students for research projects in 
developing countries. 



Samuel Farrar Kelley M.D. Scholarship 
Fund. Contributions for this invested fund arc- 
being given by Mrs. Lillian E. Kelley in memory 
of her husband. Income from this fund is 
available to student.s in good standing who 
need financial assistance. 

Edwina Kittredge Fund. Income from a 
bequest from the estate of Edwina Kittredge is 
available for financial aid for needy students. 

William Sargent Ladd Scholarship Fund. 

Established with gifts from the family of William 
Sargent Ladd, M.D., Dean of the Cornell 
University Medical College 1934-1942, this fund 
provides support for able medical student.s with 
financial need. 

The Elise Strang L'Esperance Scholarship 
Endowment, established by a bequest from 
Dr. L'Esperance, provides income for financial 
assistance for women students at the Medical 
College. 

The Elizabeth C. Lowry Scholarship Fund 

was established by Dr. Lowry, a member of the 
class of 1935, in memory of her late husband 
Dr. Thomas Lowry, who was also a member of 
that class. The income is used to provide 
financial assistance to women students in the 
Medical College. 

Martin H. Lutz, M.D. Scholarship Fund. 

Income from this endowed fund established by 
a bequest from Martin H. Lutz, M.D., '31, 
provides financial assistance for students with 
need. 

Clara A. Many Scholarship. Income from this 
endowed fund, established by a bequest from 
Mrs. Many, is to be used for aid to a needy 
fourth-year student who has contributed to the 
improvement of medical service. 

Norman C. Margolius, M.D., Class of 1929 
Fund. Income from a bequest from the estate 
of Norman C. Margolius, B.A., '29, Cornell 
University; M.D., '33 Cornell University Medical 
College, provides scholarships for students who 
would not be able to afford medical education 
without aid. 

The Abby Rockefeller Mauze Trust. A 

generous gift from The Abby Rockefeller Mauze 
Trust will help to support able and needy 
students for their four years of medical 
education. 

The 1936 and 1939 John and Katherine 
Mayer Scholarship Funds. The investment 
income is available annually to meritorious 
students who need aid and who have com- 
pleted one or more years of medical college. 



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Thomas A. McGraw Scholarship Fund. A 

generous endowed gift from the McGraw 
Foundation in memory of Thomas A. McGraw, 
M.D. '51, provides income for scholarship 
assistance for students at the Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Charles M. McLane Memorial Scholarship. 

This generous gift was established by the Merlin 
Foundation. The investment income is used to 
provide financial aid for a needy student from 
the third or fourth-year class whose record 
reflects dedication and personal achievement of 
a high order. 

Medical College Consolidated Memorial 
Scholarship. This endowment fund is 
supported by gifts in memory of individuals. 
The income is used for scholarships to worthy 
students. 

Medical College Dormitory Fund No. 2. This 
invested fund, established by gifts made by the 
Greater Cornell Campaign, provides income for 
rent scholarships to be awarded to students 
residing in the Medical College dormitory. 

Joseph H. Merin Scholarship Fund. This 
fund was established in memory of Joseph H. 
Merin, M.D. '27, by his wife Jessie G. Merin, 
M.D. '27 and his children Mary M. Tinkham, 
Cornell University '56 and Robert G. Merin, 
M.D. '58. The income is used for a student who 
majored in the Humanities or Social Sciences in 
college. 

Margaret, Henry, Rosalie, and Henry E.N. 
Meyer Educational Fund. The income from 
this very generous trust fund is to be used to 
pay a portion of the cost of tuition of one or 
more students selected each year from the 
entering class. This trust fund was established 
by a gift from the estate of Henry E.B. Meyer 
'07, in memory of his parents, his wife, his 
sisters, and himself. 

Li Ming Scholarship Fund. The income from 
this endowment fund, established by a bequest 
from the estate of Li Ming, is used for scholar- 
ship purposes. Preference is given to students 
of Chinese birth or descent or nationality, or, if 
there are no such qualified applicants, other 
qualified applicants. 

Dr. George A. and Nora W. Newton Scholar- 
ship Endowment. The income from this fund, 
which was established by a bequest from the 
estate of Nora W. Newton, provides a scholar- 
ship for a needy and worthy student of the 
Medical College. 



New York Community Trust Scholarship. 

This grant is provided by the New York Com- 
munity Trust from a gift received from the late 
Charles F. Ikle to provide financial assistance to 
needy students. 

The Claire Mann Nordlicht Scholarship. 

This fund was endowed by Dr. Stephen 
Nordlicht in memory of his wife. The income is 
available annually to assist a needy and gifted 
student doing work in the field of endocrinol- 
ogy. If in any given year there is no student in 
need of such assistance, the income may be 
utilized for research by the Division of 
Endocrinology. 

The Maurice and Cecilia Nordlicht Scholar- 
ship Fund. Established by Dr. Stephen 
Nordlicht, the income is available annually as a 
scholarship, with preference given to students 
who have done meritorious work in psychiatry. 
If in any year, there is no student in need of 
such assistance, the income may be utilized for 
research in the Department of Psychiatry. 

Evelyn Buckalew Ochester and Charles W. 
Ochester Memorial Scholarship Fund. This 
endowment fund was created by Alfred J. and 
LeMoine R. Buckalew in memory of their sister, 
Evelyn Buckalew Ochester and her husband 
Charles W. Ochester. Income from the fund is 
used to provide financial assistance to worthy 
students who are in need. 

Dr. E. Cooper Person Memorial Scholarship 
Fund. Friends of the late Dr. Person estab- 
lished this invested scholarship fund in his 
memory. Scholarship aid for deserving students 
is provided from the income. 

John Metcalf Polk Scholarship Endowment. 

A gift under the will of William Mecklenburg 
Polk, the first dean of the Medical College, 
established an endowed fund. The income is 
used to provide scholarships for students of the 
Medical College. 

Thomas C. Rennie Scholarship Fund. 

Friends of the late Dr. Rennie, professor of 
social psychiatry, have set up an endowed 
fund; a portion of the income is available to 
students interested in carrying out research 
work in social psychiatry. 

Jessie Ridley Scholarship Fund. This fund 
was established by the Jessie Ridley Founda- 
tion, Inc., and provides scholarships for 
deserving young men and women to assist 
them in attending a number of institutions in 
this country. Financial need and physical 
handicaps of the individual shall be considered 
in awarding these scholarships. 



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Anna E. Ray Robinson Education Fund. The 

income from this endowed fund, established 
under the will of Anna E. Ray Robinson, 
provides scholarship assistance for students. 

Edgar J. Rosenberg Medical Scholarship 
Fund. The income from this fund, which was 
established by a bequest to The Society of The 
New York Hospital, is available to assist needy 
and worthy students. 

Harry and Evelyn F. Rosenthal Memorial 
Scholarship Fund. The income from this fund 
is available to assist one or more needy and 
worthy students who have completed at least 
one year of study. 

Mary Putnam Jacobi-Anna Forest Rowe 
Scholarship. A bequest from William Vincent 
Rowe endowed this fund. The income 
provides financial assistance for women 
students. 

The Louis and Rachel Rudin Scholarship 
Fund. This annual gift from the Louis and 
Rachel Rudin Foundation, Inc., is used for 
scholarships in recognition of Dr. Lawrence 
Sonkin and is available to students without 
regard to age, sex, creed, or race, who 
demonstrate financial need, who show merit 
and great promise as students, and who are 
citizens of the United States. Graduates are 
encouraged to contribute to this fund when 
possible to assist future students. 

The Dr. Jacques Saphier Scholarship En- 
dowment was established by Dr. Saphier's 
father, the late Conrad Saphier in memory of 
Dr. Jacques Conrad Saphier (lieutenant, j.g. 
U.S.N.R.), class of 1940, who was killed in 
action. The income is awarded annually to a 
student of the Medical College who has 
completed at least one year of study, has 
financial need and shows merit. 

Anne and David C. Schilling Scholarship 
Fund. The income from this endowment fund, 
established by a bequest from the estate of 
David C. Schilling, is used to provide first-year 
scholarships for needy students of high 
scholarship and character in the Medical 
College. 

The Carl J. Schmidlapp Memorial Scholar- 
ship Fund was endowed by Dr. Jean Schmid- 
lapp Humes '49 in memory of her father, Carl J. 
Schmidlapp, Cornell University '08. The income 
is awarded annually to a deserving student in 
any class of the Medical College, selected on 
the basis of need and ability. 



Dr. Ida S. Scudder Scholarship. Established 
in 1982 by the Scudder Foundation, this annual 
scholarship provides up to $2,000 to cover the 
expenses of one Cornell University Medical 
College fourth-year student on an elective at the 
Christian Medical College or one of its urban or 
rural outreach programs in Vellore, India. Ida 
Scudder was a member of the first graduating 
class of the Cornell LIniversity Medical College 
in 1899 and founded the Christian Medical 
College. 

The Thorne Shaw Endowment Scholarship 
Fund provides the income to support three 
scholarships. A gift from the estate of Julia 
Shaw established the endowment. One 
scholarship is available to students after at least 
two years of study in the Medical College and 
two scholarships are available to students after 
at least one year of study in the Medical 
College. 

Martha C. Souter M.D. Scholarship Fund. A 

bequest from the estate of Dr. Martha C. Souter 
provides income to assist worthy women 
medical students who are in need of financial 
aid in pursuing a medical education. 

The Robert E. Speno Endowment Scholar- 
ship Fund was established in 1952 by a gift 
from Frank Speno in memory of his son, Robert 
E. Speno. A room in F.W. Olin Hall is named 
the Robert E. Speno room, and the income from 
the endowment provides a room-rent scholar- 
ship. 

Charles Rupert Stockard Scholarship. An 

invested fund was established in 1939 by a 
friend of the late Charles Rupert Stockard, a 
professor of anatomy in the Cornell University 
Medical College 1911-39. The income from this 
fund is to be awarded to either one or two 
students whose work has shown promise in the 
Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy and 
who are desirous of doing advanced work in 
that department. 

Nancy G. Stone Memorial Scholarship 
Fund. This endowed fund was established by 
a bequest from the estate of Nancy G. Stone, 
widow of Dr. Neil C. Stone '25. The income 
from this fund is used to provide scholarships 
to worthy students in need of financial 
assistance. 

Robert and Mary Sturdevant Scholarship 
Fund. Income from a bequest of Mary 
Sturdevant is to be used to assist a needy 
student at the Cornell University Medical 
College with tuition payments each year. 



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Surdna Foundation Scholarship Fund. The 

income from this invested fund, made possible 
by a generous gift from the Surdna Foundation, 
provides scholarships to able students in need 
of financial assistance. 

Surdna Foundation Academic Medicine 
Scholarship. A generous grant from the 
Surdna Foundation provides income for grants 
to decrease the debt of talented students 
interested in careers in research and academic 
medicine. 

C.V. Starr Scholarship Fund. A generous gift 
from the C.V. Starr Foundation provides 
scholarship support for students with financial 
need. 

The Walter C. Teagle Scholarship Fund. An 

endowment fund established in 1963 by a very 
generous gift from the Teagle Foundation, Inc., 
is a permanent memorial in honor of Mr. 
Teagle, with the recipients of the income from 
the fund to be designated Teagle Scholars. The 
letter establishing the fund explains the goal of 
the award as follows: "It is further the desire of 
the Directors of the Foundation that each 
student given an award be urged - but in no 
way required in any legal way - to consider in 
later life making a gift to Cornell University for 
the benefit of some student in the Medical 
College." 

Dr. Leona E. Todd Scholarship Endowment. 

A gift from the estate of Alzina T. Elliott estab- 
lished this endowment fund. The income is to 
be used for scholarships for women students in 
the Medical College. 

Training in Psychiatry Fund. A grateful 
patient, recognizing the value of psychiatric 
therapy in helping people achieve a more 
normal, fruitful life, has established this fund to 
provide financial assistance to students 
preparing for a career in psychiatry. Students 
who seriously intend to enter the field of 
psychiatry and who are judged qualified by the 
faculty, are eligible for financial aid after the 
second year of the medical course. 

Weill-Caulier Scholarship Fund. Income 
from the estate of Monique Weill-Caulier 
provides financial aid to students on the basis 
of financial need, outstanding scholarship and 
dedication to medical science. Students 
selected to receive these scholarships will 
continue to receive aid as long as they meet 
these criteria. 



Dr. Samuel M. Weinreb Medical Scholarship 
Fund. This endowed fund was established by 
the family, friends, and former patients of Dr. 
Samuel M. Weinreb '23 in his memory. The 
income from this fund is available to a needy 
fourth-year student who intends to practice in a 
medically underserved area. 

Lillian E. Weksler Memorial Scholarship. 

This endowed scholarship, established in 
memory of Lillian E. Weksler, provides income 
for the support of a student with financial need 
who is pursuing a career in biomedical 
research. 

Weld Fund Scholarship. This endowed fund 
was established by David and Mary Blake Weld. 
The income provides scholarship assistance for 
needy students who are in good academic 
standing. 

Phillip G. Woodward Scholarship Fund. 

The income from this fund, which was 
established by a bequest to The Society of The 
New York Hospital from Phillip G. Woodward, 
is available, to be used for Phillip G. Woodward 
Scholarships, to be awarded to third- or fourth- 
year students of the Medical College who have 
demonstrated interest, initiative, and ability in 
the fields of psychiatry, neurology and/or 
behavioral biology. 

Mary Louise Wuester Scholarship Endow- 
ment. The income from this endowment fund, 
which was established in memory of his mother 
by Dr. William O. Wuester '33, is awarded 
annually to a regularly matriculated student of 
good scholarship who is in need of financial 
aid. 

George G. Wurzburger Scholarship Fund. A 

bequest from the late George G. Wurzburger 
made possible the establishment of this invested 
fund. Income from the fund provides scholar- 
ships for students in need of financial assis- 
tance. 

Marie and John Zimmermann Scholarship 
and Loan Fund. The income from this 
endowed fund, established from a gift from the 
late Marie Zimmermann and the Marie and John 
Zimmermann Fund, Inc., is used to aid needy 
and worthy women students. In addition to 
endowment income, a generous annual gift is 
given by the Zimmermann Fund, Inc., for 
financial aid to needy and worthy women. 



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Fellowships: M.D.-Ph.D. 
Program 

The Harry E. Gould, Sr., Medical and 
Graduate Student Scholarship. This fund 
was established by Mr. Gould's son, Harry E. 
Gould, Jr., in memory of his father who had a 
long-standing interest in medicine. The income 
from this endowment provides financial 
assistance for students of the Medical College 
and Graduate School of Medicine. 

B.H. Kean-Marc Haas Fellowships. Through 
the generosity of Mr. Marc Haas, in honor of 
Dr. B.H. Kean, support is available to Cornell 
medical students for research projects in 
developing countries. 

The Mildred and Emil Holland Scholarship. 

Income from a gift by the Emil and Mildred 
Holland Philanthropic Fund of the Jewish 
Communal Fund is used to provide tuition 
support for an M.D.-Ph.D. student. 

The Frances L. Loeb Medical Scientist Fel- 
lowships have been endowed by a gift from 
Frances L. Loeb and provides support for two 
M.D.-Ph.D. students at the Cornell University 
Medical College. 

The W.A. Keck Foundation Medical 
Scientist Fellowship. This award is derived 
from a generous endowment awarded to 
Cornell University Medical College and 
provides support for an M.D.-Ph.D. student. 

The Abby Rockefeller Mauze Medical 
Scientist Fellowship was established by a gift 
from the Abby Rockefeller Mauze Trust. The 
income provides fellowship support for an 
M.D.-Ph.D. student. 

The Frank R. and Blanche A. Mowrer 
Memorial Fund. Financial assistance is 
available from the income of this fund to a 
student each year enrolled in the Ph.D.-M.D. or 
M.D.-Ph.D. program. 

The Papanicolaou Medical Scientist 
Fellowship is funded by income from a 
bequest from Mary G. Papanicolaou in memory 
of her husband, Dr. George N. Papanicalaou, 
and by a gift from an anonymous donor to the 
Cornell University Medical College. The funds 
provide support for an M.D.-Ph.D. student. 

The Surdna Foundation Medical Scientist 
Fellowship was made possible by a generous 
grant to the Medical College by the Surdna 
Foundation. The income from this endowment 
provides fellowship support for an M.D.-Ph.D. 
student. 



The Iris L. and Leverett S. Woodworth 
Medical Scientist Fellowship. Funds for the 
support of an M.D.- Ph.D. student are provided 
by the income from a generous gift from Dr. 
Leverett S. Woodworth in his own name and in 
memory of his wife, Iris L. Woodworth. 

Loan Funds 

Student Loan Funds. Revolving funds 
contributed through various sources, including 
the Kellogg Foundation, the Charles Hayden 
Foundation, the Student Bookstore, and the 
Bristol-Myers Fund, are available to students in 
all classes who are in need of assistance. 

The Class of 1923 Loan Endowment. The 

income from this endowment fund is available 
as loans to students needing financial assis- 
tance. 

Alumni Association Loan Fund. The Medical 
College makes loans available to students from 
a portion of the income from an endowment 
fund that is provided through the Alumni 
Association. Students in the upper classes will 
be given preference. 

AMA-ERF. An annual gift from the American 
Medical Association and Research Foundation is 
awarded through the New York State Associa- 
tion and includes contributions from the 
Cornell University Medical College Alumni and 
friends. This gift is used to provide loans for 
students qualifying for financial aid. 

Class of 1945 Loan Fund. The Class of 1945 
has established an endowed loan fund. The 
income from this endowment is to be used to 
provide loans to worthy and needy students. 

Class of 1946 Loan Fund. The Class of 1946 
has established an endowed loan fund. The 
income from this endowment is to be used to 
provide loans to worthy and needy students. 

Class of 1956 Loan Fund. The Class of 1956 
has established an endowed loan fund. The 
income from this endowment is to be used to 
provide loans to worthy and needy students. 

Class of I960 Loan Fund. The Class of 1960 
has established an endowed loan fund. The 
income from this endowment is to be used to 
provide loans to worthy and needy students. 

Class of 1983 Loan Fund. A revolving loan 
fund was set up by the Class of 1983 and their 
parents to enable fourth-year medical students 
to pay the costs of travel for interviews and 
electives. 



Loan Funds 87 



Lawrence W. Hanion Revolving Student 
Loan Fund. This fund was established by the 
Medical College in memory of Dr. Lawrence W. 
Hanion '38, associate dean of students, who 
died in 1970. Dr. Hanion devoted his life to 
the welfare of the students at the Medical 
College, and his fund is designed to help 
continue his good work. 

Joseph C. Hinsey Loan Fund. Established 
through the generosity of the Olin Foundation 
and supplemented by a generous gift from an 
anonymous donor, this revolving fund provides 
funds to students in need of financial assis- 
tance. 

B.H. Homan, Jr. Revolving Loan Fund. This 
fund was established by a bequest from 
Benjamin J. Homan, Jr., and provides low- 
interest loans to worthy students with financial 
need. 

Jacobs Loan Fund. A generous gift from 
Samuel Jacobs, supplemented by gifts from 
other donors, established a revolving loan fund 
to provide support for students in need of 
financial assistance. 



State and Federal Scholarship 
and Loan Programs 

Stafford Student Loans. Most students qualify 
for the Stafford Student Loan of $7,500 a year 
as part of the financial aid package. Applica- 
tions are available through banks in the 
student's home state or in New York State 
which services all Cornell students regardless of 
state of residence. 

New York Tuition Assistance Program 
(TAP) is available to New York State residents, 
depending on family income. Applications are 
available from the Higher Education Services 
Corporation, Tower Building, Empire State 
Plaza, Albany, NY. 12255. 

The New York State Regents Health Care 
Scholarships provide support for minority and 
disadvantaged students who must repay the 
grant through practice in a shortage area of the 
State. 

Federal Loan Programs. The Medical College 
participates in the Federal Health Professions 
and National Direct Student Loan Programs. 
These loans, based on financial need, are 
administered through the college and are 
available only to students eligible for financial 
aid. 



Named Professorships 

and Administrative Positions 



The following are named professorships and 
administrative positions at Cornell University 
Medical College: 

The Stephen and Suzanne Weiss Deanship 
of the Medical College was established in 
1984 through the generous gift of Mr. and Mrs. 
Stephen H. Weiss. The present occupant of the 
chair is Dr. G. Tom Shires. 

The Joseph F. Artusio, Jr. Professorship of 
Anesthesiology was established in 1987 by 
gifts and pledges from the faculty of the 
Department of Anesthesiology. The first 
occupant of the chair is Dr. John J. Savarese. 

The Vincent Astor Distinguished Professor- 
ship of Medicine was established in 1982 by a 
gift from the Vincent Astor Foundation. The 
first occupant of the chair is Dr. David Zakim. 

The Vincent and Brooke Astor Distin- 
guished Professorship in Neuroscience was 

established in 1984 by a gift from the Vincent 
Astor Foundation. The first occupant of the 
chair is Dr. Bernice Grafstein. 

The Winifred Masterson Burke Professor- 
ship of Rehabilitation Medicine was 

established in 1971 with a gift from the 
Winifred Masterson Burke Relief Foundation. 
The chair is held by Dr. Fletcher H. McDowell. 

The Winifred Masterson Burke Professor- 
ship of Neurology was established in 1978. 
The present occupant of the chair is Dr. John P. 
Blass. 

The Bernard and Josephine Chaus Profes- 
sorship of Urological Oncology was 

established in 1984 by a gift from Mr. Chaus. 
The chair is currently vacant. 

The James J. Colt Professorship of Urology 
in Surgery was established in 1970 through a 
gift from the James J. Colt Foundation. The 
chair is held by Dr. E. Darracott Vaughan. 



The George C. Cotzias Distinguished Profes- 
sorship of Neurology was established in 1982 
by generous gifts from the estate of Mrs. Abby 
Rockefeller Mauze and through the aegis of Dr. 
Nathaniel Warner, from the estate of Mr. Alfred 
Jacobsen. Many friends and colleagues also 
contributed to this professorship which honors 
the memory of Dr. George C. Cotzias, a 
distinguished neuroscientist and member of the 
Medical College Faculty from 1974 until his 
death in 1977. The first recipient of the chair is 
Dr. Donald J. Reis. 

The Nathan Cummings Professorship in 
Neurology was established in 1986 through a 
bequest from the Estate of Nathan Cummings in 
honor of Dr. Fred Plum, Chairman of the 
Department of Neurology at the Medical 
College. The chair is held by Dr. Ira B. Black. 

The Livingston Farrand Professorship of 
Public Health and Preventive Medicine, 

established in 1944 by gifts from the Milbank 
Memorial Fund and the Rockefeller Foundation 
Fund, is named for Livingston Farrand, who 
was President of Cornell University at the time 
The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center 
was organized. The occupant of the chair is 
Dr. George G. Reader. 

The Dr. Aaron Feder Visiting Professorship 
of Medicine was established by the late Morris 
Brecher and his sister, Susan Brecher, in honor 
of the late Dr. Aaron Feder. The chair is not 
occupied. 

The William T. Foley Distinguished Profes- 
sorship in Medicine was established in 1984 
through the gifts and pledges from patients and 
friends of Dr. Foley and foundations. Dr. 
Jeremiah A. Barondess is the first occupant of 
the chair. 

The Given Foundation Professorship of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology was established 
in 1963 with funds from the Irene Heinz Given 
and the John LaPorte Given Foundation. The 
foundation's gift was designed to provide 
endowed support for the chairman of the 
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. 
William J. Ledger is the current occupant. 



Professorships 89 



The David J. Greene Distinguished Profes- 
sorship of Medicine at North Shore 
University Hospital was established in 1986 
and made possible by the generous contribu- 
tions of Alan I. Greene, his family and the 
David J. Greene Foundation. The first 
occupant of the chair is Dr. Lawrence Scherr. 

The Stanton Griffis Distinguished Medical 
Professorship was established in 1976 with 
funds entrusted to Cornell University for the 
Medical College by Stanton Griffis, Cornell 
University '10. The chair is held by Dr. Carl 
Nathan. 

The Gladys and Roland Harriman Profes- 
sorship of Cardiovascular Medicine was 

established with a gift from Mr. and Mrs. E. 
Roland Harriman in 1963- The occupant of the 
chair is Dr. Jeffrey Borer. 

The Jack Hausman Professorship of 
Pediatrics at North Shore University 
Hospital was established in 1983 by the Board 
of Taistees of North Shore University Hospital 
and the Board of Trustees of Cornell University. 
The first recipient of the chair is Dr. Mervin 
Silverberg. 

The Homer T. Hirst m Professorship of 
Oncology in Pathology was established in 
1981 through the bequest of the late Louise G. 
Hirst in memory of her husband Homer T. Hirst 
III. The chair is not occupied. 

The Barklie McKee Henry Professorship of 
Psychiatry, established in 1968, honors the 
memory of the late Mr. Henry, who was 
president of The Society of The New York 
Hospital in 1940 and a moving force in the 
development of The New York Hospital- 
Cornell Medical Center's Department of 
Psychiatry. The chair is held by Dr. Robert 
Michels. 

The Joseph C. Hinsey Professorship of 
Anatomy was established in 1966 by a gift 
from Nicholas Noyes. A former Dean of 
Cornell University Medical College, Dr. Hinsey 
was director of the Medical Center until his 
retirement in 1966. The chair is occupied by 
Dr. Roy C. Swan. 

The Johnson & Johnson Distinguished 
Professorship of Surgery was established in 
1972 through a gift from the Johnson & 
Johnson Associated Industries Fund. The 
current occupant is Dr. Cleon W. Goodwin, Jr. 



The B.H. Kean Professorship of Tropical 
Medicine was established in 1985 in honor of 
Dr. Benjamin Kean, a distinguished physician 
who has spent over 30 years at The New York 
Hospital-Cornell Medical Center. This 
professorship was funded with gifts from 
patients and friends. The chair is vacant. 

The Harvey Klein Professorship of 
Biomedical Sciences was established in 1980 
by a gift from Mr. Lewis L. Glucksman in honor 
of Dr. Harvey Klein, a member of the faculty of 
the Department of Medicine. Dr. Donald A. 
Fischman occupies this chair. 

The Frances and John Loeb Librarians h i p 
of Medicine was established in 1984 by a gift 
from Mr. and Mrs. John L. Loeb. The first 
occupant is Dr. Robert M. Braude. 

The E. Hugh Luckey Distinguished Profes- 
sorship of Medicine was formally established 
in 1984 through a gift given to the Medical 
Center by Mr. Israel Rogosin in 1965 in honor 
of Dr. Luckey, former chairman of the 
Department of Medicine, Dean of the Medical 
College and President of the Medical Center. 
The chair is occupied by Dr. R. Gordon 
Douglas, Jr. 

The Hilda Altschul Master Professorship of 
Medicine was established in 1971 in memory 
of the wife of Dr. Arthur M. Master '21. En- 
dowment of the chair was made possible by 
gifts from the late Dr. Master; Mr. Arthur M. 
Master, Jr.; the late Mrs. Herbert H. Lehman, 
sister of Mrs. Master, and the Overbrook 
Foundation, whose president was the late Mr. 
Frank Altschul, Mrs. Master's brother. The 
present occupant of the chair is Dr. John H. 
Laragh. 

The Abby Rockefeller Mauze Distinguished 
Professorship of Endocrinology in 
Medicine was established in 1984 by bequests 
and gifts from the estates of Abby Rockefeller 
Mauze and Dorothy C. Shorr and from the 
Rockefeller family. The first recipient of this 
chair is Dr. Marvin C. Gershengorn. 

The Walsh McDermott University Profes- 
sorship of Medicine was established in 1986 
by a gift from the Robert Wood Johnson 
Foundation. The first occupant of the chair is 
Dr. David E. Rogers. 



90 Professorships 



The John Milton McLean Professorship of 
Ophthalmology was established in 1972 in 
memory of Dr. McLean who headed the 
Department of Ophthalmology for twenty- 
seven years. A graduate of the Medical College 
in 1934, his reputation as an eye surgeon, 
investigator, and teacher was worldwide. The 
memorial was initiated by Dr. McLean's former 
residents, whose inspiration and generosity 
brought together his patients, associates, and 
friends whose combined gifts endowed the 
chair. The current occupant of the chair is Dr. 
D. Jackson Coleman. 

The John D. Mountain, M.D. Professorship 
of Surgery at North Shore University 
Hospital was established in 1988 and made 
possible by the generous contributions of the 
devoted friends of Dr. John Mountain. The 
first occupant of the chair is Dr. Anthony J. 
Tortolani. 

The Stavros S. Niarchos Professorship of 
Pediatric Cardiology was established in 1979 
by a gift from Mr. Stavros S. Niarchos. Dr. 
Mary Allen Engle holds this chair. 

The R.A. Rees Pritchett Professorship of 
Microbiology was established in 1981 by a gift 
from Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Belfer, Mr. and 
Mrs. Robert Belfer, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence 
Ruben, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Saltz and the Belfer 
Foundation in honor of Dr. R.A. Rees Pritchett. 
a member of the faculty of the Department of 
Medicine. The present occupant of the chair is 
Dr. Kenneth L Berns. 

The Irene F. and I. Roy Psaty Distinguished 
Professorship of Clinical Medicine was 

established in 1983 by a gift from Mrs. I. Roy 
Psaty to support the work of an outstanding 
clinician and teacher at The New York 
Hospital-Cornell Medical Center. The chair is 
held by Dr. Joseph G. Hayes. 

The Revlon Pharmaceutical Professorship 
of Pharmacology and Toxicology was 

established in 1979 by a gift from Revlon, Inc. 
The chair is vacant. 

The Israel Rogosin Professorship of Bio- 
chemistry was established in 1965 when Mr. 
Rogosin made a substantial gift to The New 
York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center's Fund 
for Medical Progress. The present occupant of 
the chair is Dr. Alton Meister. 

The Joseph P. Routh Professorship of 
Rheumatic Diseases in Medicine was 

established in 1985 with a bequest from the 
estate of Joseph P. Routh, a pledge from Mrs. 
Routh and additional gifts. The first occupant 
of this chair is Dr. Charles Christian. 



The Edie and Marvin Schur Distinguished 
Professorship of Obstetrics and Gynecol- 
ogy at North Shore University Hospital was 

established in 1986 and made possible by the 
generous contribution of Marvin H. Schur in 
conjunction with his wife Fdie Schur. The first 
recipient of the chair is Dr. Arnold N. Fenton. 

The Saul P. Steinberg Distinguished Profes- 
sorship of Psychiatry and Public Health 

was established in 1986 by a gift from Reliance 
Group Holdings, Inc. The first occupant of the 
chair is Dr. Robert Millman. 

The Sterling Drug Visiting Professorships 

were established in 1979 by a gift from the 
Sterling Drug Company in honor of Dr. Walter 
F. Riker, Jr. The professorships are designed to 
promote interchange of knowledge in the field 
of pharmacology. Each visiting professor will 
spend up to one week at the College, 
delivering a major lecture and participating in 
seminars. 

The Lewis Atterbury Stimson Professorship 
of Surgery was established in 1935 by an 
anonymous gift presented to the Medical 
College in memory of Dr. Stimson, who was 
Cornell's first professor of surgery. A second 
gift was added to the endowment in 1944 by 
the late Candace C. Stimson, Dr. Stimson's 
daughter. Dr. G. Tom Shires holds this chair. 

The William D. Stubenbord Visiting Profes- 
sorships were established in 1968 by a gift 
from the Louis Calder Foundation "in memory 
of Louis Calder, Sr., and Louis Calder, Jr., and 
in recognition of the outstanding professional 
service and long friendship of Dr. William D. 
Stubenbord '31, for them and members of their 
families." The departments of the College are, 
in rotation, host to visiting scholars. Each 
visiting professor resides at the College for 
approximately one week and in that time 
delivers a special lecture and holds seminars 
with faculty and students. 

The David D. Thompson Professorship of 
Pathology at the Medical College was estab- 
lished in 1987 by a gift from the Penzance 
Foundation. The first occupant of the chair is 
Dr. John T. Ellis. 

The Anne Parrish Titzell Professorship of 
Neurology was established in 1958 by a 
substantial gift from a grateful patient of the 
late Dr. Harold G. Wolff, head of neurology at 
The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center 
from 1932 until his death in 1962. Dr. Wolffs 
successor to the chair is Dr. Fred Plum. 



Professorships 91 



1970, honors the memory of Mr. Upson who 
had been a member of the Cornell University 
Board of Trustees for thirty-five years. The 
present occupant of the chair is Dr. Erich E. 
Windhager. 

The Harold and Percy Uris Professorship of 
Reproductive Biology was established in 1976 
with a gift from the Uris Brothers Foundation. 
Dr. J. Michael Bedford occupies this chair. 

The Harold and Percy Uris Professorship of 
Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism 

was established in 1978 with a gift from the 
Uris Brothers Foundation. The first recipient of 
the chair is Dr. Maria I. New. 

The Bruce Webster Professorship of 
Internal Medicine was established in 1977 
with a bequest from the estate of Dr. Bruce 
Webster, a member of the faculty, and gifts 
from Mr. Roy E. Larsen and Dr. Webster's sister, 
Mrs. Flora Shefrin. The chair is currently held 
by Dr. Edward D. Crandall. 

The Harold Weill Professorship of Pediatric 
Hematology in Pediatrics was established in 
1987 through the gifts and pledges of col- 
leagues and friends of Mr. Weill. The first 
occupant of the chair is Dr. Margaret W. 
Hilgartner. 



The Irving Sherwood Wright Professorship 
of Geriatrics, the first endowed chair in 
geriatrics in the United States, was established 
in 1978 by a gift from the E. Roland and Gladys 
Harriman Foundation in honor of Dr. Wright, a 
member of the faculty. The first occupant of 
the chair is Dr. Marc E. Weksler. 

Form of Gifts and Bequests 

Gifts and bequests are an important source of 
funding for the Medical College. If it is desired 
that a gift or bequest shall be used in whole or 
in part for any specific purpose in connection 
with the Medical College, such use may be 
specified. 

If a bequest is made to the Medical College the 
language may be: "I give and bequeath to 

Cornell University the sum of $ for use 

in connection with its Medical College in New 
York City." 

If a bequest is made to the Medical Center, the 
language may be: "I give and bequeath to The 
New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center 
Fund, Inc., the sum of $ ." 

Further information about making a gift or 
bequest may be obtained from the Dean or 
Secretary of the Medical College. 



Dr. Karen Burke, Instructor in Pediatrics, with third year students 



Administration 



Cornell University 



Frank H.T. Rhodes, President 

Robert Barker, Senior Provost 

Maiden C. Nesheim, Provost 

G. Tom Shires, Provost for Medical Affairs and 

Dean of the Medical College 
James E. Morley Jr., Senior Vice President 
John F. Burness, Vice President for University 

Relations 

William D. Gurowitz, Vice President for 

Campus Affairs 
Jocelyn R. Hart, Associate Vice President for 

Human Relations 
M. Stuart Lynn, Vice President, Information 

Technologies 
Larry I. Palmer, Vice President for Academic 

Programs 

Richard M. Ramin, Vice President for Public 
Affairs 

Walter J. Relihan Jr., University Counsel and 

Secretary of the Corporation 
James A. Sanderson, Chief Investment Officer 
Norman R. Scott, Vice President for Research 

and Advanced Studies 
Vacant, Vice President for Finance and 

Treasurer 

The New York Hospital-Cornell 
Medical Center 

The center was formed by an agreement 
between The Society of The New York Hospital 
and Cornell University in order to associate 
clinically the Hospital and the Medical College 
and to effect a complete coordination of the 
medical, educational and scientific activities of 
the two institutions. The center includes not 
only The New York Hospital, but also the 
Graduate School of Medical Sciences of Cornell 
University. 



Joint Board 

t Maurice R. Greenberg, Chairman 

* Daniel P. Davison * G. Tom Shires 

t Mrs. John Elliott, Jr. t David B. Skinner 

* Robert G. Engel * Richard F. Tucker 
t Frederick W. Gluck, Jr. t John L. Weinberg 
t Ogden M. Phipps * Stephen H. Weiss 

* Frank H.T. Rhodes t Walter B. Wriston 

* Harvey E. Sampson 

* Cornell University representative 

t The New York Hospital representative 

Cornell University Medical 
College 

Frank H.T. Rhodes, President of the University 
G. Tom Shires, Provost for Medical Affairs and 

Dean of the Medical College 
Bernard L. Horecker, Dean, Graduate School of 

Medical Sciences and Associate Dean 

(Research and Sponsored Programs) 
Daniel R. Alonso, Senior Associate Dean 

(Academic Affairs) 
Philip V. Giuca, Senior Associate Dean 

(Finance) 

Bruce L. Ballard, Associate Dean (Student 
Affairs and Equal Opportunity Programs) 

Joanne Blauer, Associate Dean (Legal Affairs) 
and Secretary of the Medical College 

Leon N. Cohen, Associate Dean (LaGuardia 
Hospital) 

Thomas J. Fahey, Jr., Associate Dean (Memorial 
Hospital) 

Gordon F. Fairclough, Jr., Associate Dean 
(Student Affairs and Admissions) 

Nancy L. Farrell, Associate Dean (Faculty- 
Practice Plan) 

Patricia Flamm, Associate Dean (Human 
Resources) 

Cosmo J. LaCosta, Associate Dean (Operations) 
Fletcher H. McDowell, Associate Dean (Burke 

Rehabilitation Center) 
Lawrence Scherr, Associate Dean (North Shore 

University Hospital) 
Gregory W. Siskind, Associate Dean (Research 

and Sponsored Programs) 



Administration 93 



David D. Thompson, Coordinator of Clinical 
Education 

Idaehla Antosik, Assistant Dean (Academic 

Affairs) and Registrar 
Robert M. Braude, Assistant Dean (Information 

Resources) and Librarian 
Mary Lou Handy, Assistant Dean (Admissions) 
Joan M. May, Assistant Dean (Financial Aid) 
Eleanor S. Mintz, Assistant Dean (Development) 
Marcus Reidenberg, Assistant Dean (Depart- 
mental Associates) 
Stephen S. Scheidt, Assistant Dean (Continuing 

Education) 
Robert A. Burch, Executive Director for 

Development and Public Affairs 
Diana Goldin, Director of Public Affairs 
David D. Myers, Director of Laboratory and 

Animal Medicine 
Ruth Pollack, Director, Office of Faculty Affairs 
Nancy M. Walker, Director of Development 

Board of Overseers 

Daniel P. Davison, Chairman 

Harvey E. Sampson, Vice Chairman 

Lilyan Affinito 

Brooke Astor, Life Overseer 

Mario L. Baeza 

Scott Berger 

Sanford Ehrenkranz 

Robert G. Engel 

Raymond R. Herrmann, Jr. 

Frances L. Loeb, Life Overseer 

Arthur J. Mahon 

Howard P. Milstein 

Ralph A. Nappi 

Jansen Noyes, Jr., Life Overseer 

Margaret Osmer-McQuade 

R. A. Rees Pritchett 

Frank H.T. Rhodes* 

Isadore Rosenfeld 

Richard R. Shinn, Life Overseer 

G. Tom Shires* 

Saul P. Steinberg 

Charles T. Stewart, Life Overseer 

Patricia Carry Stewart 

Richard F. Tucker 

Ruth C. Uris 

John C. Weber 

Sanford I. Weill 

Stephen H, Weiss* 

Joseph P. Whalen 

Frederick D. Wilkinson, Jr. 

'Ex Officio 



Board of Visitors 

Thomas P. Almy 
William G. Anlyan 
Lester Breslow 
Samuel O. Thier 
George A. Wolf, Jr. 

Executive Faculty Council 

Frank H. T. Rhodes 
G. Tom Shires 
Daniel R. Alonso 
Bruce L. Ballard 
Kenneth I. Berns 
Joanne Blauer 
Walter W. Y. Chan 
Leon Cohen 
D. Jackson Coleman 
R. Gordon Douglas, Jr. 
John T. Ellis 
Thomas J. Fahey, Jr. 
Gordon Fairclough, Jr. 
Nancy L. Farrell 
Donald A. Fischman 
Patricia Flamm 
Philip V. Giuca 
Owen Griffith 
Barry Hartman 
Bernard L. Horecker 
William J. Ledger 
Fletcher H. McDowell 
Alton Meister 
Robert Michels 
Maria I. New 
Fred Plum 
George G. Reader 
John J. Savarese 
Lawrence Scherr 
W. Shain Schley 
Joseph P. Whalen 
Erich E. Windhager 



94 Administration 



General Faculty Council 

Owen W. Griffith, Chairman 

Charles N. Cornell 

Lloyd Dropkin 

Terri G. Edersheim 

Kathryn Ehlers* 

Mary Goss 

David Hajjar 

Barry Hartman 

David Hayt 

Michael Ja< ev> it z 

Warren D. Johnson, Jr.* 

Kevin Kelly 

Stephen S U >\\ rj 

Saverio Mortati 

Janet Mouradian 

Jeffrey Nestler 

Eugene Nowak 

William O'Leary 

John O'Loughlin 

Fred Plum 

Barbara M K.i\ S( in 

Frank H.T. Rhodes* 

Arleen Rifkind* 

G. Tom Shires* 

Hazel H. Szeto 

Anthony J. Tortolani 

Paula Traktman 

Theodore Tyberg 

Daniel Wellner 

Erich Windhager 

Frank F.S. Yao 

'Ex Officio 

STANDING COMMITTEES 

Admissions recommends Medical College 
admissions policy to the faculty and dean; 
recruits and selects new students. 

Members: Gordon F. Fairclough. Jr.. chairman, 
Rosemary F. Bachvarova, Bruce L. Ballard. 
Adele L. Boskey. Harold Chin. William C. 
Cooper, Jessica G. Davis. Lewis M. Drusin, 
Peter G. Ehrnstrom, Thomas J. Fahey, Jr., 
Domenick J. Falcone, Arthur W. Feinberg, 
Patricia M. Fogarty, Margaret E. Hertzig, Charles 
E. Inturrisi, Marilyn G. Karmason, Thomas K.C. 
King, Alfred N. Krauss, Mark G. Kris, Sun Yong 
Lee, Lawrence Lind, Marcus H. Loo, Carlyle H. 
Miller, Ralph L. Nachman, Law rence G. Palmer, 
Carol K. Petito, Gene D. Resnick, Enrique 
Rodriguez-Boulan, Leslie Saint Louis, Diana L. 
Santini, Robert I. Sassoon, Carol L. Storey- 
Johnson, Alan M. Weinstein, Giles F. Whalen. 
Patricia H. Winchester. 

Continuing Medical Education: reviews all 
educational activities seeking CME credit from 
the Medical College. 



Members: Stephen S. Scheidt, chairman; David 
V. Becker, John M. Davis, Herbert L. Erlanger, 
Aaron H. Fsman. Fima Lifshitz, Ralph I Lopez, 
Hart DeC Peterson, George G. Reader, Jack 
Ric hard, Diane G. Thomson, Lila A. Wallis; 
Associate Members: Morris Jampol, Robert G 
Lahita. 

Curriculum: responsible lor the curriculum of 
the Medical College: its content, method of 
teaching and periodic evaluation and revision. 

Members: Daniel R. Alonso, chairman; Kenneth 
I. Berns, Walter W. Y. Chan. John T. Ellis. 
Donald A. Fischman, Robert E. Kelly, William J. 
Ledger, Rudolph L. Leibel, Alton Meister. Robert 
Michels, George G. Reader, Richard B. Roberts, 
W. Schain Schley, G.Tom Shires, Jonathan D, 
Victor, Robert A. Weiss, Patricia H. Winchester, 
Erich F. Windhager. and one student represen- 
tative from each class. 

Financial Aid Committee: assists in setting 
financial aid policy; oversees the awarding of 
Cornell grants and loans and develops new 
approaches to financing. 

Members: Joan M. May, chairman; Stuart S. 
Asch, Baice L. Ballard, Philip S. Barie, John J, 
Caronna, Gordon F. Fairclough, Jr., John J. 
Ferry, Jr . Donald W. Hoskins, Norman A. 
Johanson, Frederick W. Martens, Eleanor Mint/.. 
Jack Richard, Calvin W. Roberts, Benjamin 
Schoen 

Human Rights in Research: reviews and 
gives prior approval for experimentation 
involving human subjects to ensure that all 
scientific and clinical investigations are of the 
highest ethical and scientific merit. 

Members: Philip S. Barie, chairman; Phyllis 
August. H. Richard Beresford, Paula W. Brill, 
Thomas A. Caputo. David Case. Richard Fichtl, 
Jill Fong. Rabbi Israel Francus, John E. Franklin. 
James R. Hurley, Patricia Keill, James H. Kocsis, 
Alfred N. Krauss, Jerome M. Leitner, Aaron R 
Levin, Leonard Shankman, Kathleen E. Squires. 
Peter G. Wilson. 

Institutional Animal Care and Use: oversees 
all animal care facilities and reviews and grants 
prior approval to all research protocols 
involving the use of animals. 

Members: Jeri A. Sechzer, chairman; Hai T. 
Nguyen, co-chairman; Daniel Gomez, Cleon W. 
Goodwin, Donald D. Grubman. Roberto Levi, 
Lyle L. Moldawer. Shaun F. Morrison, David D. 
Myers. Henry J. Sackin, Jonathan Weil. 



Administration 95 



Joint Committee on Information Manage- 
ment: explores cooperative efforts with other 
institutions and recommends and rev iew s 
specific plans for applications in the life 
sciences and medical education 

Members: William W. Prayer, chairman; Daniel 
R. Alonso, Robert M. Braude, Steven M. Erde, 
Daniel Gardner, and Eric A. Jaffe Ex officio. 
Lee Arnold, Edward C. Burke, John A. 
DeStefano, Nancy L. Earrell, Philip V. Giuca, 
Barn Kriesberg, Fred Macri, Steven Morgan 

Library: provides advice on policy, acquisi- 
tions and long range planning of the library 

Members: E. Darracott Vaughan, Jr., chairman; 
Daniel R. Alonso. R. Hal Baker. Jeanne Becker, 
Scott B. Berger, James DiSanto, William Frayer, 
Bernard L. Horecker, Paul Kligfield, Betty- 
Smith Ex officio: Robert M. Braude, Carolyn 
Reid. 

M.D. with Honors in Research: ad\ ises 
candidates, reviews dissertations and hears oral 
presentations for the M.D. with Honors in 
Research degree. 

Members: Eric A. Jaffe, chairman; Anthony 
Antonacci, Francis Barany, Carl G. Becker. 
Charles L. Christian, Marvin C. Gershengorn, 
James G. Gibbs, Jr., Bernice Grafstein, Owen 
W. Griffith, Roberto Levi, Donald J. Reis, 
Enrique J, Rodriguez-Boulan. 

Postgraduate Education Advisory: ad\ ises 
fourth year students on residency programs 

Members: Daniel R. Alonso, chairman; Harvey 
W. Aiges. Steven A Atlas. Phillip S Barie, 
Robert G. Campbell, Arnold M. Cooper. William 
T. Curry, Jessica G. Davis, John M. Davis, 
Jerome J. DeCosse, Richard B. Devereux. Lewis 
M. Drusin, Maurice L. Druzin, Edwin Ettinger, 
William A. Prosch. Richard M. Fuchs, Joseph M. 
Gertner, Margaret J Graf, William R. Griffo, 
John Milton Hutson, O. Wayne Isom. Ira M. 
Jacobson. Warren D.Johnson, Lawrence J. 
Kagen, Robert P. Kimberly, Carlyle H. Miller. 
Kevin P. Morrissey, Jeffrey Moses, Ralph L. 
Nachman. John K. O'Loughlin. Mark S. Pecker, 
Peter M. Reiser. Patricia M. Romano. Stephen 
G. Rosen. Ingrid K. Rosner, David M. Roth. 
Joseph T. Ruggiero, Charles A. Santos-Buch. 
Frederic Sax, Theodore Shapiro, Gillian M. 
Shepherd. G. Tom Shires III, Michael F. Silane. 
Roy L. Silverstein. Barbara K. Snyder, Phyllis W. 
Speiser. E. Thomas Sleadman, Richard Stern. 
Diane P. Stover, William T. Stubenbord. 
Virginia L. Susman, Kenneth Tardiff, Yvonne S 
Thornton, E. Darracott Vaughan, Jr., Milton 
Viederman, George E. Wantz, Aaron O. Wells. 
Giles F \\ halen, Roger Yurt 



Consultants. Bruce L. Ballard. Alan S. Berkeley, 
Charles N. Cornell, Peter Dineen. Arthur W. 
Feinberg, Francis W. Gamache, Ronald F. 
Green. George W. Hambrick. Jr., David B. 
Hayt, Claudia L Henschke, Rudolph L. Leibel, 
Peter Odell, George G. Reader. John J. 
Savarese, William Shain Schley, Stephen 
Thomas, Robert F. Ward, Patricia H. Winchester 

Review: reviews and recommends for approval 
all facult) appointments, promotions and 
granting of tenure. 

Members: John T. Ellis, chairman; Joseph R. 
Bertino, Gilbert J. Botvin, Walter W.Y. Chan. I). 
Jackson Colman, John M. Davis, Mary Allen 
Engle. David P. Hajjar, William J. Ledger, 
Marcus M. Reidenberg, Richard B. Roberts. 
James P. Smith. Harry L. Stein, Erich E. 
Windhager 

Student Research: advises students concern- 
ing research projects and judges annual student 
research competition. 

Members: C. Richard Minick. chairman; Richard 
B. Devereux. Rudy H. Haschemeyer, William K 
Holloman, Bernard L. Horecker, Lawrence J. 
Kagen, Roberto Levi. Stephen F. Lowry, Martin 
Sonnenberg, Peter E. Stokes, Babette B. 
Weksler, Marc E. Weksler. 



Dr. Raymond L. Sherman, director of the 
physical diagnosis course, demonstrating 
"Harvey " (a life size, mechanized cardiology 
teaching mannequin) at Parent's Pay (next 
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Faculty of the Medical College* 



Aarons, Shelley. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, 
Sarah Lawrence College; M.D. 1979, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Abbott, Gerald F. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1968, Northwestern 
University; M.D. 1971, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Abel, Henriette E. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

B.A. 1955, Vassar College; M.D. 1959, Cornell 

University Medical College. 
Abel, Robert R. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

A.B. 1952, Princeton University; M.D. 1956, 

Cornell University Medical College. 
Abramowicz, Helen Kaufman. Clinical Instructor in 

Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1964, Smith College; M.D. 1968, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Abramowitz, Joel. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 

B. S. E E. 1966, City College of New York, City 
University of New York; M.S.E.E. 1972, New York 
University; M.D. 1976, Universidad Autonoma de 
Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Abrams, Martin William. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1948, Rutgers State 
University; M.D. 1954, Chicago Medical School. 

Abrams, Robert C. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1972, University of California, 
Berkeley; M.D. 1976, Mount Sinai School of 
Medicine. 

Abramson, David Harold. Clinical Professor of 

Ophthalmology. Attending Ophthalmologist, New 
York Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan- 
Ketlering Cancer Center. B.A. 1965, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1969, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Abramson, Ruth Gail. Adjunct Professor of Physiology 
and Biophysics. A.B. 1955, University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D. 1959, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Acharya, Siddhartha Arjundeva. Instructor in 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1981, Baroda University 
Medical College (India). 

Acker, Peter Jeffrey. Clinical Instructor of Pediatrics in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1974, Oberlin College; M.D. 1982, Sackler 
School of Medicine (Israel). 

Ackerman, Tedd H. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1979, 
Queens College, City University of New York; 



" Please note that changes in appointments and 
promotions in the Faculty of the Medical College 
effective after May 15, 1989 may not be reflected on 
this list. 



M.D. 1983, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 
Ackert, Gregory Mark. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1973. St. John's College; 
M.D. 1978, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Acosta, Alberto Miguel. Instructor in Medicine. 
Instructor in Pathology. Assistant Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1978, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1985, Cornell 
University Medical College; Ph.D. 1985, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Adams, Donald. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1967, Swarthmore College; 
M.D. 1971, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Addonizio, Gerard C. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1974, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1978, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Adler, Alvin Leonard. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1973, 
University of Wisconsin, Madison; M.D. 1977, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Adler, Joshua Elihu. Associate Professor of 

Neurology and Neuroscience. Associate Attending 
Neurologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, 
Yeshiva University; M.D. 1975, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine; Ph.D. 1975, 
University of Pennsylvania. 

Advocate, Seymour. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1937, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.A. 1938, University of 
Illinois; M.D. 1950, Washington University Medical 
Center. 

Aguilar, Federico. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Attending Physician, Catholic Medical Center of 
Brooklyn and Queens. M.D. 1980, University of 
Cayey School of Medicine (Puerto Rico). 

Ahrens, Edward H. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. 
B.S. 1937, Harvard University; M.D. 1941. 
Harvard Medical School. 

Aiges, Harvey W. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1967, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1971, New York 
Medical College. 

Aisen, Mindy Lipson. Assistant Professor of 

Neurology. B.S. 1976, Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology; M.D. 1980, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Akman, Wilhelmina Valencia. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Physician in Psychiatry, New York Hospital. M.D. 
1964, University of Santo Tomas (Philippines). 

Albert, Gary H. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1967, Hofstra University; 
M.D. 1972, New York Medical College. 

Albert, Steven Alan. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, New 



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York Hospital. B.S. 1976, State University of New 
York at Albany; M.D. 1980, Medical College of 
Virginia. 

Aldea, Gabriel S. Instructor in Surgery. Thoracic 

Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.A. 1977, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1981, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Alderman, Michael Harris. Adjunct Professor of 
Medicine. Adjunct Professor of Public Health. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1958, Harvard University; M.D. 1962, Yale 
University School of Medicine. 

Aledort, Louis M. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. B.S. 
1955, Queens College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1959, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Ales, Kathy Lynne. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1974, Yale University; M.D. 1978, Yale 
University School of Medicine. 

Alexander, James S. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1953, Georgetown 
University; M.D. 1957, Georgetown University 
School of Medicine. 

Alexopoulos, George S. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. M.D. 1970, 
National University of Athens Faculty of Medicine 
(Greece). 

Allen, David Michael. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1983, University of Texas Southwestern 
Medical School. 

Allen, Patricia Y. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, 
University of Louisville; M.D. 1976, University of 
Louisville School of Medicine. 

Allen, Steven Lee. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1973, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1977, Johns 
Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Alonso, Daniel Ramon. Senior Associate Dean. 
Professor of Pathology. Attending Pathologist, 
New York Hospital. M.D. 1962, University 
Nacional de Cuyo Faculty of Medicine (Argentina). 

Alonso, Maria Lita. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pathology. Associate Attending Pathologist, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1968, Faculty of Medicine 
Nacional de Cordoba (Argentina). 

Altchek, David Wilson. Instructor in Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Orthopedic Surgery), Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1978, Columbia College; M.D. 
1982, Cornell University Medical College. 

Altman, Roman. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1975, LP. Pavlov 
Medical Institute, Leningrad (U.S.S.R.). 

Altman, Stuart J. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1970, Franklin and 



Marshall College; M.D. 1974, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Altorki, Nasser Khaled. Assistant Professor of 

Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1977, University of Cairo, 
Mansura Medical School (Egypt). 

Ambrosino, Barbara Jean. Clinical Instructor in 

Psychiatry. B.S. 1980, St. John's University; M.D. 
1984, New York University School of Medicine. 

Ameisen, Olivier Patrick. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1983, University of Paris, 
Cochin Medical School (France). 

Amer, Jeffrey A. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1977, Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Institute; M.D. 1981, Jefferson 
Medical College. 

Amoona, Raphael. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1965, Pahlavi University 
(Iran). 

Anand, Vijay Krishnamurthy. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant 
Attending Otorhinolaryngologist, New York 
Hospital. M B. B.S. 1973, Madras Medical College, 
University of Madras (India). 

Andersen, Olaf Sparre. Professor of Physiology and 
Biophysics. M.D. 1971, Copenhagen University 
Faculty of Medicine (Denmark). 

Anderson, Lowell L. Associate Professor of Physics in 
Clinical Radiology. Attending Physicist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1953, 
Whitworth College; Ph.D. 1958, University of 
Rochester. 

Anderson, Mary E. Assistant Professor of 

Biochemistry. B.A. 1977, Hollins College; Ph.D. 
1983, Cornell University. 

Anderson, William A. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1942, Tuskegee Institute; 
M.D. 1953, University of Michigan Medical School. 

Andreeff, Michael. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant Attending 
Hematopathologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. M.D. 1968, University of 
Heidelberg (West Germany); Ph.D. 1976, 
University of Heidelberg (West Germany). 

Antonacci, Anthony. Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 
Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1973, Georgetown 
University; M.D. 1977, Georgetown University 
School of Medicine. 

Antonian, Lida. Assistant Professor of Biochemistry in 
Pediatrics. B.S. 1976, City College, City University 
of New York; M.S. 1978, New York University; 
Ph.D. 1983, New York University. 

Antonovsky, Anna M. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1944, 
Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
M.S. 1951, Yale University; Ph.D. 1955, Yale 
University. 



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Aoki, Chiye J. Assistant Professor of Neuroscience. 
B.A. 1978, Barnard College; Ph.D. 1985, 
Rockefeller University. 

Apostolopoulos, Athanasia. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1974, City College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1978, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Appelbaum, Ann Halsell. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1946, 
University of California, Berkeley; M.D. 1950, 
State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Appelbaum, Daniel Marc. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1978, Brooklyn 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1982, 
State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Appelbaum, Jerome. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1954, Hobart and 
William Smith College; M.D. 1959, University of 
Rome (Italy). 

Applegarth, Linda Davis. Clinical Instructor of 
Psychology in Obstetrics and Gynecology. B.A. 

1969, University of Kansas; Ed.M 1971, Boston 
University; Ed.D. 1975, Boston University. 

Appleton, Abraham Theodore. Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. Assistant Attending 
Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic 
Surgery), Jamaica Hospital. B.A. 1976, Yeshiva 
University; M.D. 1981, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Aprile, Georgette. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1963, 
Queens College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1974, New York Medical College. 

Aprile, I. Joseph. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, Mary Immaculate 
Hospital. A.B. 1936, New York University; M.D. 
1940, Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Arango, Carlos. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1958, Colegio de San Jose 
Medellin (Colombia); M.D. 1965, University 
Antioquia Faculty of Medicine (Colombia). 

Arbit, Ehud. Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Associate Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 1973, Tel Aviv 
University Medical School (Israel). 

Arena, Francis Peter. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. Adjunct 
Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 

1970, Fordham University; M.D. 1975, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Arlen, Myron. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Senior Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1953, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1957, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 



Armbruster, Robert George. Clinical Assistant 

Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant 
Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1969, University of Notre 
Dame; M.D. 1977, Washington University Medical 
Center. 

Armbruster, Thomas John. Clinical Instructor in 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1975, Adelphi University; M.D. 
1979, Washington University Medical Center. 

Armstrong, Donald. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1953, Lehigh University; M.D. 1957, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Arnoczky, Steven Paul. Professor of Comparative 
Orthopedics in Surgery. Senior Scientist, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. D.V.M. 1972, Ohio State 
University. 

Aronian, Dianne D. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1962, 
Westminster College; M.D. 1972, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Aronian, John Martin, III. Assistant Professor of 
Clinical Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, 
New York Hospital. A.B. 1962, University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D. 1967, Hahnemann Medical 
College. 

Aronne, Louis Joseph. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1977, Trinity College; M.D. 
1981 , Johns Hopkins University School of 
Medicine. 

Aronow, Eugene Morton. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1954, 
Northwestern University; M.D. 1957, Northwestern 
University Medical School. 

Artusio, Joseph F., Jr. Professor Emeritus of 

Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1939, St. Peter's College; 
M.D. 1943, Cornell University Medical College. 

Asch, Adam Steven. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 

B. A. 1974, Swarthmore College; M.D. 1979, 
Jefferson Medical College. 

Asch, Jane Elizabeth. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1974, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1981, Yale University 
School of Medicine. 

Asch, Stuart S. Professor of Clinical Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1943, Columbia University; M.D. 1945, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Ascheim, Robert S. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1958, Yale University; M.D. 
1962, Tufts University School of Medicine. 

Ascher, Robert C. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1945, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1949, Long Island College of Medicine. 



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Asnis, Stanley E. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon. North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1968, Washington 
University Medical Center. 

Astrachan, John Mann. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Psychiatry. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. Associate Attending Psychiatrist in 
Obstetrics and Gynecology, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1949, Alfred University; M.D. 1953, New York 
Medical College. 

Atkinson, Barbara McHeffey. Assistant Professor of 
Pathology. Attending Pathologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1972, Annhurst College; 
M.D. 1976, Universidad Autonoma de 
Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Atlas, Steven Alan. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1968, Johns Hopkins University; 
M.D. 1971 , Johns Hopkins University School of 
Medicine. 

Attiyeh, Fadi. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery 
Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1965, American University of 
Beirut (Lebanon); M.D. 1969, American University 
of Beirut (Lebanon). 

Attkiss, Michael J. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1960, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1964, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Auchmcloss, Elizabeth Lowell. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, Yale 
University; M.D. 1977, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Auchincloss, Sarah. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1971, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1976. Yale University 
School of Medicine. 

Auerbach, Arleen D. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Genetics in Pediatrics. B.A. 1957, William Smith 
College; M.A. 1958, Columbia University; Ph.D. 
1977, New York University. 

August, Phyllis. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Professor of Medicine in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Physician. New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1973, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1977, Yale University School of Medicine. 

Auh, Yong Ho. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Radiology. M.D. 1972, Seoul National University 
of Medicine (Korea). 

Auld, Peter A. McF. Professor of Pediatrics. Professor 
of Perinatal Medicine in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1948, University of Toronto 
(Canada); M.D. 1952, McGill University College of 
Medicine (Canada). 

Aulitzky, Wolfgang Karl. Visiting Assistant Professor 
of Surgery. M.D. 1977, University of Innsbruck 
Medical School (Austria). 

Axel, Peter J. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 



University Hospital. B.A. 1957, Hofstra University; 

M.A. 1958, Hofstra University; M.D. 1962, 

Chicago Medical School. 
Bachvarova, Rosemary F. Associate Professor of Cell 

Biology and Anatomy. B.A. 1961, Radcliffe 

College; Ph.D. 1966, Rockefeller University. 
Badaro, Roberto Jose da Silva. Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. M.D. 1976, Federal University, Bahla 

(Brazil); M.S. 1980, Federal University, Bahia 

(Brazil). 

Bade, Harry August, III. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Orthopedic Surgeon to Out-Patient 
Department, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.S. 
1968, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1976. 
Jefferson Medical College. 

Bader, David Mansfield. Associate Professor of Cell 
Biology and Anatomy. B.A. 1974, Augustana 
College; Ph.D. 1978, University of North Dakota. 

Badillo. Felix L. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 

(Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), 
New York Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon, 
North Shore University Hospital. M.D. 1978, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Baer, Ralph August. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1955, Princeton University; 
M.D. 1959, Cornell University Medical College. 

Bailey, Scott Higgms. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1979, 
New York University; M.D. 1983, State University 
of New York at Stony Brook Health Science 
Center. 

Bains, Manjit S. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. M.B.B.S. 1963, 
All India Institute of Medical Sciences. 

Bajorin, Dean F. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1973, College of the Holy 
Cross; M.D. 1978. New York Medical College. 

Bajorunas, Daiva Regina. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Associate Attending Physician. New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1971. University of Michigan 
Medical School. 

Baker, Ell. Assistant Professor of Public Health. B.A. 

1974, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; Ph.D. 1984, City University of New York 
Graduate School and University Center. 

Baker. Harriet. Associate Research Professor of 
Neuroscience. B.A. 1963, Wells College; M.S. 
1967, University of Illinois; Ph.D. 1976, University 
of Iowa. 

Baker, Paul Mark. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1971, Davidson College; M.D. 

1975, Cornell University Medical College. 
Baker, Ralph David. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1948, University of Akron; 
M.D. 1956, University of Paris (France). 
Baker, Robert W. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1973, Princeton 



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University; M.D. 1977, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Bakke, Jens R. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1949, Columbus 
College; M.D. 1953, New York Medical College. 

Balas, Anna. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, Brandeis 
University; M.D. 1976, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Balazs, Leslie Laszlo. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1959, Dalhousie University 
Faculty of Medicine. (Canada). 

Baliff, Robert Jay. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1953. Davis and Elkins 
College; M.D. 1957, University of Rochester 
School of Medicine and Dentistry. 

Ballard, Bruce L. Associate Dean. Associate 
Professor of Clinical Psychiatry. Associate 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1960, Yale University; M.D. 1964, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Ballon, Douglas J. Assistant Professor of Physics in 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Physicist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1980, Rutgers State University; Ph.D. 1985, 
Rutgers State University. 

Baiter, Stephen. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Physics in Radiology. Professional Associate, 
New York Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1961, Polytechnic 
Institute of Brooklyn; M.S. 1963, Columbia 
University; Ph.D. 1971, Polytechnic Institute of 
Brooklyn. 

Bander, Neil Harrison. Associate Professor of Surgery 
(Urology). Associate Attending Surgeon, New 
York Hospital. Clinical Assistant Surgeon, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1969, Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 1974, 
University of Connecticut School of Medicine. 

Bansal, Manjula. Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Assistant Pathologist, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. M B. B.S. 1970, Lady Hardinge Medical 
College (India). 

Barandes, Martin. Clinical Instructor in Radiology. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1959. 
Union College; M.D. 1963, Albany Medical 
College. 

Barany, Francis. Assistant Professor of Microbiology. 
B.A. 1976, University of Illinois, Chicago Circle; 
Ph.D. 1981, Rockefeller University. 

Barasch, Alan. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1973, Yale University; M.D. 
1979, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Barash, Fred S. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Senior Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 
1966, City College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1976, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn; Ph.D. 1976, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 



Barbaris, Harry Thomas. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Surgery. Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1965, Georgetown 
University; M.D. 1969, Georgetown University 
School of Medicine. 

Barber, Hugh R.K. Professor of Clinical Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, Lenox Hill Hospital. B.A. 1941, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1944, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Barbuto, Joseph. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1969, 
Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1978, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Bard. Richard Henry. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1962, Washington University; M.D. 
1966, University of Maryland School of Medicine. 

Bardes, Charles L. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1978, Princeton University; M.A. 1986, Temple 
University; M.D. 1986, University of Pennsylvania 
School of Medicine. 

Bardin, Clyde Wayne. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. 
B.A. 1957, Rice University; M.S. 1962, Baylor 
College of Medicine; M.D. 1962, Baylor College of 
Medicine. 

Barham, Joyce. Assistant Librarian. B.A. 1979, Illinois 
State University; M.A. 1988, University of South 
Florida. 

Barie, Philip Steven. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 

A.B. 1977, Boston University; M.D. 1977, Boston 

University School of Medicine. 
Barile, Raymond Giulio. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, New 

York Hospital. A.B. 1953, Columbia University; 

M.D. 1957, Georgetown University School of 

Medicine. 

Barish, Kenneth J. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1972, Yale University; Ph.D. 1980, 
New School for Social Research. 

Barkan, Irina Filatova. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Rehabilitation Medicine in Surgery. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.D. 1963, Moscow 
Medical Institute (U.S.S.R.); Ph.D. 1967, Central 
Scientific Institute for Cardiovascular Surgery, 
Moscow (U.S.S.R.). 

Barnes, Lloyd T. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1935, Pennsylvania State 
University; M.D. 1938, University of Pennsylvania 
School of Medicine. 

Barnes, William Alexander. Clinical Professor 
Emeritus of Surgery. Honorary Staff, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1933, City College, City University 
of New York; M.D. 1937, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Barnhill, John Warren. Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1981 . 
Duke University; M.D. 1985, Baylor College of 
Medicine. 



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Barocas, Morris A. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1978, University of 
Colorado; M.D. 1982, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Barondess, Jeremiah A. William T. Foley 

Distinguished Professor in Clinical Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. M.D. 1949, Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine. 

Barris, Robert Michael. Instructor in Psychiatry. M.D. 
1980, University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine 
(Canada). 

Barst, Samuel Max. Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1974, Haverford College; 
M.D. 1979, Temple University School of Medicine. 

Bartel, Donald L. Associate Professor of Applied 
Biomechanics in Surgery (Orthopedics). Senior 
Scientist, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.S. 1961, 
University of Illinois; M.S. 1963, University of 
Illinois; Ph.D. 1969, University of Iowa. 

Bartels, Isis Arnao. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1968, New York University; M AT. 
1968, Fairleigh Dickinson University; M.D. 1983, 
University of Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. 
Medical School. 

Bartsich, Ernst G. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1962, Goethe University, Frankfurt 
(West Germany). 

Baruch, Sulamita Balagura. Adjunct Associate 
Professor of Physiology and Biophysics. Clinical 
Associate Professor of Medicine. Associate 
Attending Physician, La Guardia Hospital. M.D. 
1959, University Del Valle Faculty of Medicine 
(Colombia); Ph.D. 1963, Cornell University. 

Basile, Naef Khoury. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1936, University of Paris Medical 
School (France); M.D. 1941, University of 
Montreal Faculty of Medicine (Canada). 

Bass, Richard R. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1946, Cornell University; M.D. 
1949, New York Medical College. 

Bassett, Edwin Pitcher. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Pathology. Attending Pathologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. M.D. 1951, University 
of Vermont College of Medicine. 

Bastidas, Jefferson. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Attending Physician, St. Barnabas 
Medical Center. M.D. 1958, University Nacional 
Faculty of Medicine (Colombia). 

Batata, Mostafa AN El. Professor of Clinical Radiology. 
Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. 
M.B.B.Ch. 1952, University of Cairo, Mansura 
Medical School (Egypt). 

Bauer, Charles Henry. Clinical Associate Professor 
Emeritus of Pediatrics. Honorary Staff, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1949, Columbia University; M.D. 



1953, Harvard Medical School. 

Bauer, Stephen F. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1951, University of 
Wisconsin; M.D. 1955, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Baum, Carol Grossman. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1979, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1983, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Baum, Steven Mark. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Oral 
Surgeon, New York Hospital. A.B. 1964, Rutgers 
State University; D.D.S. 1968, University of 
Maryland School of Medicine. 

Baumgarten, Stephen Robert. Clinical Instructor in 
Surgery (Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1966, Queens College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1970, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Baumgartner, Leona. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Public Health. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Pediatrics. A.B. 1923, University of Kansas; M.A. 
1925, University of Kansas; Ph.D. 1932, Yale 
University; M.D. 1934, Yale University School of 
Medicine. 

Beam, Alexander Gordon. Professor of Medicine. 
Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. Consultant, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1946, University of London (United Kingdom); 
M B. 1946, University of London (United 
Kingdom); M.D. 1951, University of London 
(United Kingdom). 

Beattie, Edward James. Professor Emeritus of 

Surgery. Emeritus Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1939, Princeton University; 
M.D. 1943, Harvard Medical School. 

Becker, Carl G. Professor of Pathology. Attending 
Pathologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1957, Yale 
University; M.D. 1961, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Becker, David Victor. Professor of Radiology. 

Professor of Medicine. Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. Attending Radiologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1943, Columbia University; M.A. 
1944, Columbia University; M.D. 1948, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Becker, Eugene. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Senior Assistant Attending 
Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 
1958, New York University; M.D. 1962, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Bedford, J. Michael. Harold and Percy Uris Professor 
of Reproductive Biology. Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Professor of Cell Biology and 
Anatomy. B.A. 1955, Cambridge University 
(United Kingdom); M.A. 1958, Cambridge 
University (United Kingdom); V.M.D. 1958. 
Cambridge University (United Kingdom); Ph.D. 
1965, University of London (United Kingdom). 

Bedford, Robert Forrest. Professor of Anesthesiology. 
Attending Anesthesiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1964, Princeton 



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University; M.D. 1968, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Bednoff, Stuart Leon. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1957, Alfred University; 
M.D. 1961, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Beer, Myron. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, Yeshiva 
University; M.D. 1979, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Behrman, David Alan. Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Associate Attending Oral 
Surgeon, New York Hospital. Associate Attending 
Dentist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
B.A. 1976, Hamilton College; D.M.D. 1980, 
University of Pittsburgh School of Dental 
Medicine. 

Behrman, Lawrence A. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Dental and Oral). Associate Attending 
Dentist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1946, University 
of Pittsburgh; D.D.S. 1946, University of 
Pittsburgh School of Medicine. 

Behrman, Stanley J. Clinical Professor of Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Attending Oral Surgeon-in- 
Charge. New York Hospital. B.A. 1942, New York 
University; D.M.D. 1945, University of Pittsburgh 
School of Medicine. 

Beil, Arthur Randall, Jr. Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1955, Brown University; 
M.D. 1959, Cornell University Medical College. 

Beiles, Carl Myron. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1955, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1959, Harvard Medical School. 

Beldoch, Michael. Clinical Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1953, Adelphi University; M.A. 
1960, Columbia University; Ph.D. 1961, Columbia 
University. 

Belgorod, Barry Miles. Clinical Instructor in 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, 
Queens College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1977, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

Bell, Robin. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, Brown 
University; M.D. 1984, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Bellovin, Barry Jon. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

A. B. 1974, Brandeis University; M.D. 1978, 
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Bellucci, Alessandro G. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. M.D. 1975, University 
of Florence Faculty of Medicine (Italy). 

Bellucci, Eleanor. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. B.A. 1978, Barnard College; M.D. 
1982, New York Medical College. 

Belmont, Anthony P. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

B. A. 1960, Bowdoin College; M.D. 1964, 
University of Vermont College of Medicine. 



Belmont, Sandra C. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat 
Hospital. B.A. 1975, St. John's University; M.D. 

1979, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Bemporad, Jules Richard. Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1958, University of Colorado; M.S. 
1962, University of Florida; M.D. 1962, University 
of Florida College of Medicine. 

Bender, Estelle P. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1965, 
Brown University; M.D. 1968, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Benedict, Leonard Adenuga. Clinical Instructor in 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1972, University of 
Glasgow (United Kingdom). 

Benezra, Diane Amy. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Public Health. B.A. 1980, Boston University; M.D. 

1980, Boston University School of Medicine; 
M.P.H. 1985, Columbia University. 

Benjamin, Bry. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1945, Yale University; M.D. 
1947, Harvard Medical School. 

Benjamin, Hermina Zelter. Clinical Associate 

Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine in Surgery. 
Associate Attending Physiatrist, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1951, Institute of Medicine, 
Bucharest (Rumania). 

Benjamin, John. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Senior Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North 
Shore University Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1970, Kerala 
University Medical College (India). 

Benua, Richard Squier. Professor Emeritus of Clinical 
Medicine. B.S. 1943, Western Reserve University; 
M.D. 1946, Johns Hopkins University School of 
Medicine; M.S. 1952, University of Minnesota. 

Berenyi, Kalman John. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1952, Pazmaneum School of 
Medicine (Hungary). 

Berenyi, Magdalena R. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1952, Budapest University 
(Hungary). 

Beresford, H. Richard. Professor of Neurology. B.A. 
1952, Yale University; J.D. 1955, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1963, University of Colorado 
School of Medicine. 

Berg, Judith L. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1947, Hunter College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1957, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Bergan, Francis T. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Honorary Staff, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.S. 1941, Fordham University; D.M.D. 1944, 
Tufts University. 

Berger, Henry. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1968, 
Columbia University; M.S. 1970, Columbia 
University; Ph.D. 1973, Columbia University; M.D. 
1978, Dartmouth Medical School. 



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Bergman, Geoffrey W. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1971, London University 
(United Kingdom); M.B.B.S. 1974, London 
University (United Kingdom). 

Berk, Gregory i. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1980, Tulane University; M.D. 1984, Case 
Western Reserve University School of Medicine. 

Berkeley, Alan Stewart. Associate Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1969, Yale University; M.D. 1973, 
New York Medical College. 

Berkmen, Yahya M. Professor of Clinical Radiology. 
Attending Radiologist. New York Hospital. M.D. 
1952, Istanbul University Medical School (Turkey). 

Berkowitz, Barry A. Adjunct Professor of 
Pharmacology. B.S. 1964, Northeastern 
University; Ph D 1968, University of California, 
San Francisco. 

Berkowitz, Norman. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Clinical Instructor of Pediatrics in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1963, 
Syracuse University; M.D. 1967, State University 
of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Berkun, Mordecai Aaron. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1951 , New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Berlin, Irving. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Anesthesiology. B.S. 1948, University of Denver; 
M.D 1955, University of Lausanne (Switzerland). 

Berlin, Robert Joel. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1962, Brandeis University; 
M.D. 1966, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Berman, Ellin. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1973, University of 
Chicago; M.D. 1977, Harvard Medical School. 

Berman, William Howard, Jr. Adjunct Assistant 

Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry. B.A. 1976, 
Harvard University; M.S. 1979, Yale University; 
Ph.D. 1984, Yale University. 

Berns, Kenneth I. R. A. Rees Pritchett Professor of 
Microbiology (chairman). Professor of 
Microbiology in Pediatrics. A.B. 1960, Johns 
Hopkins University; Ph.D. 1964, Johns Hopkins 
University; M.D. 1966, Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine. 

Bernstein, Robert M. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1974, Queens College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1979, Universidad 
Autonoma de Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Berntsen, Carl A., Jr. Clinical Associate Professor 
Emeritus of Medicine. Clinical Associate Professor 
Emeritus of Public Health. Emeritus Staff, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1942, University of California, 
Berkeley; M.D. 1945, Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine. 



Berroya, Renato Bacolod. Clinical Instructor in 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1956, University of 
the Philippines; M.D. 1961 , University of Santo 
Tomas (Philippines). 

Berson, Robert Jeffrey. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1968, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1972, New York Medical College. 

Bertino, Joseph R. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. M.D. 1954, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Bestak, Marc. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1968, Queens College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1972, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Betts, Foster. Associate Professor of Biophysics in 
Surgery. B.S. 1954. University of Connecticut; 
M.S. 1956, University of Connecticut; M.S. 1968, 
Stanford University; Ph.D. 1972, Stanford 
University. 

Bhardwaj, Nina. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, 
Wellesley College; M.S. 1980, New York 
University; M.D. 1981 , New York University 
School of Medicine; Ph.D. 1982, New York 
University. 

Bienenstock, Harry. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1953, Yeshiva University; M.D. 
1957, Chicago Medical School. 

Bigler, Rodney Errol. Associate Professor of Physics 
in Radiology. Attending Physicist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1966, Portland State University; 
Ph.D. 1 971 , University of Texas, Austin. 

Billo, Otto Emile. Clinical Associate Professor 

Emeritus of Pediatrics. Emeritus Staff, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1930, Williams College; M.D. 1935, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Binder, Alan Jay. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1969, State 
University of New York at Stony Brook; M.D. 
1973, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Syracuse. 

Binford, Robert Throne, Jr. Clinical Associate 
Professor of Medicine. Associate Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. Consultant, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1951, Vanderbilt University; D.M.D. 1955, 
University of Alabama; M.S. 1959, University of 
Alabama; M.D. 1963, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Binkert, Barbara Lucile. Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1963, Ohio Wesleyan 
University; M.D. 1976, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Biris, Lawrence John. Clinical Instructor in Public 
Health. B.S. 1973, Columbia University; M.P.H. 
1980. Yale University; M.D. 1979, Yale University 
School of Medicine. 



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Birkhoff . John David. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Urology), New York Hospital. B.A 1964, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1969, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Birnbaum, Stanley Jack. Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital B.S. 1942, 
Queens College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1951, Cornell University Medical College. 

Birrer, Richard Bruce. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. B.A. 1971, Lehigh University; M.D. 

1975, Cornell University Medical College; M.P.H. 
1982. Harvard University. 

Bizzoco, Sabina. Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.S. 

1976, Fordham University; M.D. 1982, 
Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Black, Ira B. Nathan Cummings Professor in 
Neurology. Attending Neurologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1961 , Columbia University; M.D. 
1965, Harvard Medical School. 

Black, Karen S. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1979, State University of New York 
at Binghamton; M.D 1983, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Black, Ronald S. Assistant Professor of Neurology. 
Assistant Attending Neurologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1980, Williams College; M.D. 1984, 
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Blair, Jeffrey Abraham. Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1982, City College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1984, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Blake, James Alan. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Clinical Affiliate, St. Barnabas Hospital. Fellow, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 

1977, University of Rochester; M.D. 1981, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Blanck, Richard Howard. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Neurology. Associate Attending Neurologist, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1969, 
Clarkson College of Technology; M.D. 1973, 
University of Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. 
Medical School. 

Blanco. Joseph Anthony. Clinical Instructor in 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending Surgeon, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1974, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1978, University of 
Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical 
School. 

Blank, H. Robert. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 

Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.S. 

1936, Temple University; M.D. 1939, Temple 

University School of Medicine. 
Blank, Seymour George. Assistant Professor of 

Physics in Medicine. B E E. 1965, City College, 

City University of New York; M.E.E. 1968, 

Polytechnic Institute of New York; Ph.D. 1986. 

Cornell University. 
Blass, John Paul. Winifred Masterson Burke 

Professor of Neurology. Professor of Medicine. 

Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital. Clinical 



Affiliate, New York Hospital. Staff Physician, 
Burke Rehabilitation Center. A.B. 1958, Harvard 
University; Ph.D. 1960, University of London 
(United Kingdom); M.D 1965, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Blau, Richard Harris. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1974, University of 
Florida; M.D. 1979, University of Florida College 
of Medicine. 

Blaugrund, Stanley Marvin. Clinical Associate 
Professor of Otorhinolaryngology. Attending 
Otolaryngologist, Lenox Hill Hospital. Attending 
Otolaryngologist, Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat 
Hospital. A.B. 1 951 , University of Texas; M.D. 
1955, University of Texas Southwestern Medical 
School. 

Blitz, Marvin B. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1953, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1957, Albany Medical College. 

Blobstein, Steven Harrison. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1969, Brooklyn College, City University of 
New York; M A. 1970, Columbia University; Ph.D. 
1973, Columbia University; M.D. 1980, University 
of Miami School of Medicine. 

Blom, Berna Jean R. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1959, University of Utrecht (Netherlands); 
M.D. 1965, University of Utrecht (Netherlands). 

Bloomfield, Dennis Alexander. Adjunct Assistant 
Professor of Surgery (Cardiothoracic). Adjunct 
Assistant Professor of Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon (Cardiothoracic Surgery), New 
York Hospital. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. MB. B.S. 1956, University of 
Adelaide Medical School (Australia). 

Bloomfield, Stephen Edward. Clinical Associate 
Professor of Ophthalmology. Associate Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1962, 
Queens College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1966, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Syracuse. 

Bloomgarden. David Karl. Clinical Instructor of 

Medicine in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1968, University of Pennsylvania; 
M.D. 1977, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Bloomgarden, Jane Willner. Clinical Instructor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Professional Associate, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1970, Barnard College; 
M A. 1971, Brandeis University; Ph.D. 1980, New 
York University. 

Bluestone, Peter Aaron. Assistant Professor of 
Clinical Medicine. Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1962, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1966, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Blum, June. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1941, 
University of North Carolina; M A. 1950, Columbia 
University; Ph.D. 1969, St. John's University. 

Blum, Steve B. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public 
Health. B.S. 1965, City College, City University of 



106 Faculty of the Medical College- 



New York; M.S. P H. 1974, University of 
Massachusetts, Amherst; Ph.D. 1977, University 
of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. 

Blumenfeld, Jon David. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1977, Adelphi University; M.D. 
1981, Yale University School of Medicine. 

Blumenthal, David Steven. Clinical Associate 
Professor of Medicine. Associate Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1971 , Cornell 
University; M.D. 1975, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Blutt, Mitchell J. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1978, University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D. 1982, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine; M B. A. 1987, 
University of Pennsylvania. 

Bockman, Richard Steven. Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Adjunct Attending Physician, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1962, Johns 
Hopkins University; M.D. 1967, Yale University 
School of Medicine; Ph.D. 1971, Rockefeller 
University. 

Bodian, Eugene Lionel. Clinical Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1944, University of 
Illinois; M.D. 1952, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Boeck, Marjorie A. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1967, University of Minnesota; 
Ph.D. 1970, University of Minnesota; M.D. 1976, 
Duke University School of Medicine. 

Bogdonoff, Morton D. Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. M.D. 
1948, Cornell University Medical College. 

Bohne, Walther H. O. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery. Associate Attending Orthopedic 
Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New 
York Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 
1957, Maximilians University, Munich (West 
Germany). 

Boland, Thomas B. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1966, St. 
Mary's College; M.A. 1970, University of 
Wisconsin, Madison; Ph.D. 1973, University of 
Wisconsin, Madison. 

Bolocan, Hyam. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1940, University of Alberta 
(Canada); M.D. 1944, University of Alberta 
Faculty of Medicine (Canada). 

Bond, Annette Louise. Assistant Professor of 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1979, Yale University; M.D. 1983, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Bondi, Gabriele. Clinical Assistant Professor of Public 
Health. M.D. 1939, University of Basel 
(Switzerland); M.P.H. 1968, Columbia University. 

Bonsnes, Roy W. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Biochemistry in Obstetrics and Gynecology. B.S. 



1930, University of Connecticut; Ph.D. 1939, Yale 
University. 

Boothby, Richard A. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1977, Loyola University; M.D. 1980, 
University of South Florida College of Medicine. 

Borer, Jeffrey Stephen. Gladys and Roland Harriman 
Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine. Professor 
of Medicine. Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1965, Harvard University; M.D. 
1969, Cornell University Medical College. 

Borg, Anita Jay. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1962, New York University; M.D. 1966, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Boris, Marvin. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1954, Union College; 
M.D. 1958, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Borovac, Dragan. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1954, University of Vienna 
(Austria). 

Borth. Wolfgang. Visiting Associate Professor of 

Medicine. M.D. 1979, University of Vienna College 

of Medicine (Austria). 
Bose, Joerg. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 

York Hospital. D M. 1965. Free University of 

Berlin (West Germany). 
Boskey, Adele Ludin. Professor of Biochemistry. 

Senior Scientist, Hospital for Special Surgery. 

B.A. 1964, Barnard College; Ph.D. 1970, Boston 

University. 

Bosl, George Joseph. Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1969, John Carroll University; M.D. 1973, 
Creighton University School of Medicine. 

Bosworth, Jay L. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Radiology. Attending Radiologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1966, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1970, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Botet, Jose F. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Radiology. Associate Attending Roentgenologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.E. 
1973, City College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1977, University of Monterrey (Mexico). 

Botvin, Gilbert Joseph. Associate Professor of 

Psychology in Public Health. Associate Professor 
of Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, 
Colgate University; M.A. 1974, Columbia 
University; Ph.D. 1977, Columbia University. 

Bovbjerg, Dana Howard. Assistant Professor of 
Immunology in Medicine. A.B. 1973, Carleton 
College; B.S. 1977, University of Iowa; Ph.D. 
1983, University of Rochester. 

Bow, Shirley. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, North Shore 



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University Hospital. B.A. 1978, Barnard College; 
M.D. 1982, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Boxer, Robert Alan. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1968, Rutgers State 
University; M.D. 1972, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Bozza, Anthony T. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1964, New York University; M.D. 1970, 
University of Rome (Italy). 

Brachfeld, Norman. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1949, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1953, Washington University Medical 
Center. 

Bradford, Michael Jay. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1960, Yale 
University; M.D. 1964, Harvard Medical School. 

Braham, Robert L. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Professor of Clinical Public Health. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1966, Cornell University; M.D. 
1970, Cornell University Medical College. 

Bram, Susan. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, New 
York University; M.A. 1970, University of 
Michigan; Ph.D. 1974, University of Michigan. 

Brand, Kathie H. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1979, Queens College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1983, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Brandt, Stephanie. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, 
Barnard College; M.D. 1977, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Bratesh-Skornicki, Diana. Clinical Instructor in 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. M.D. 1981, University 
of Milan (Italy). 

Braude, Robert M. Assistant Dean. Frances and John 
Loeb Librarian of Medicine. B.A. 1962, University 
of California; M.A. 1964, University of California; 
M.L.S. 1964, University of California; Ph.D. 1987, 
University of Nebraska. 

Brause, Barry David. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. Assistant Attending Physician, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 1966, New York 
University; M.D. 1970, University of Pittsburgh 
School of Medicine. 

Brayton, Robert G. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1954, Williams College; M.D. 1958, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Breen, William John. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1973, Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Institute; M.D. 1977, New York 
Medical College. 



Breidbart, David M. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 

University Hospital. B.A. 1975, Cornell University; 

M.D. 1979, State University of New York Health 

Science Center at Brooklyn. 
Breindel, David S. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1969, 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.D. 

1976, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 

Yeshiva University. 
Breitbart, William. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, Memorial Sloan- 

Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant Attending 

Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1973, 

Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 

M.D. 1978, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 

Yeshiva University. 
Brennan, John P. Clinical Instructor in 

Ophthalmology. Associate Attending Surgeon, 

North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1959, St. 

Peter's College; M.D. 1965, University College, 

Dublin (Ireland). 
Brennan, Murray F. Professor of Surgery. Attending 

Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 

Center. Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 

B.S. 1961, University of New Zealand; M.B.B.Ch. 

1964, University of Otago Medical School (New 

Zealand). 

Brenner-Gati, Leona. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1975, Princeton University; M.D. 1979, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Brent, Richard H. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, 
Boston University; M.D. 1978, Boston University 
School of Medicine. 

Breslow, Esther M. G. Professor of Biochemistry. B.S. 
1953, Cornell University; M.S. 1955, New York 
University; Ph.D. 1959, New York University. 

Bresnick, Philip Alan. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1954, Washington University; M.D. 
1958, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Brewer, Bruce W. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Senior Assistant Attending Surgeon, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1971, Brown 
University; M.D. 1975, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Brezenoff, Gerald. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. B.A. 1960, Brooklyn 
College, City University of New York; Ph.D. 1968, 
Adelphi University. 

Brill, Paula W. Associate Professor of Radiology. 
Associate Professor of Radiology in Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Radiologist, New York 
Hospital. Associate Attending Roentgenologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1958, Brooklyn 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1962, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Brilliant, Renee M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1946, New York University; 



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M.A. 1950, Columbia University; M.D. 1957, New 

York University School of Medicine. 
Brillon, David J. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 

B.S. 1976, Providence College; M.D. 1980, Brown 

University Program in Medicine. 
Brinton, Eliot Ashby. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

B.S. 1975, University of Utah; M.D. 1978, 

University of Utah College of Medicine. 
Brochstein, Joel Aaron. Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, 

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. 

Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 

Hospital. B.S. 1972, Cornell University; M.D. 

1977, Cornell University Medical College. 
Brockman, Roberta. Instructor in Surgery. Assistant 

Attending Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. 

B.S. 1977, Yale University; M.S. 1977, Yale 

University; M.D. 1981, Cornell University Medical 

College. 

Brockner, Nora. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1967, 
Columbia University; M.A. 1970, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1975, New York Medical College. 

Brockunier, Alfred. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Associate Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1945, 
Franklin and Marshall College; M.D. 1947, 
Jefferson Medical College 

Broden, Alexander R. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist. New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1954, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1958, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Brodie, Scott E. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, 
Wesleyan University; M.A. 1974, Wesleyan 
University; Ph.D. 1979, Rockefeller University; 
M.D. 1980, Cornell University Medical College. 

Brody. David Marshall. Clinical Instructor in 

Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1966, New York University; M.D. 1970, New 
York University School of Medicine. 

Brody, Judith Paula. Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Assistant Attending Pathologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1974, Northwestern 
University; M.D. 1976, Northwestern University 
Medical School. 

Brody, Lynne M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1966, State University of New 
York at Binghamton; M.D. 1970, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Broekman, Marinus Johan. Associate Research 

Professor of Biochemistry in Medicine. B.S. 1967, 
University of Utrecht (Netherlands); M.S. 1969, 
University of Utrecht (Netherlands); Ph.D. 1976, 
University of Utrecht (Netherlands). 

Bromberg, Bertram E. Clinical Professor of Surgery. 
Honorary Staff, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.S. 1937, Long Island University; D.D.S. 1941, 



Columbia University School of Dental and Oral 
Surgery; M.D. 1945, Long Island College of 
Medicine. 

Bromley, Gary Steven. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Plastic Surgery). Associate Attending Surgeon, 
Jamaica Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon, 
La Guardia Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon, 
Catholic Medical Center of Brooklyn and Queens. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1975, University of Rochester; M.D. 1978, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Bronzo, Richard Lawrence. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1972, Hofstra 
University; M.D. 1976, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Brooks, Dana Charles. Professor of Cell Biology and 
Anatomy. B E. 1949. Cornell University; M.D. 
1957, Cornell University Medical College. 

Brooks, Glen Zehnder. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1969, St. Michael's 
College; M.D 1973, University of Medicine and 
Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

Broome. John Denis. Professor of Pathology. 
Attending Pathologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. M B B S. 1955, University of London 
(United Kingdom). 

Brower, Mark Steven. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1970, New York University; 
M.D. 1974, Johns Hopkins University School of 
Medicine. 

Brower, Ross Belin. Assistant Professor of Public 
Health. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1971 , University of Virginia; M.D. 
1975, New York Medical College. 

Brown, Andrew D. Clinical Instructor of Rehabilitation 
Medicine in Surgery. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1977, Fairleigh Dickinson 
University, Teaneck; M.D. 1982, St. George's 
University School of Medicine. 

Brown, Anthony M. C. Assistant Professor of Cell 
Biology and Anatomy. Assistant Professor of Cell 
Biology and Anatomy in Microbiology. B.A. 1977, 
Cambridge University (United Kingdom); M.A. 
1979, Cambridge University (United Kingdom); 
Ph.D. 1981, University of Edinburgh (United 
Kingdom). 

Brown, Arthur Edward. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1967, Bucknell University; M.D. 
1971 , Jefferson Medical College. 

Brown, James Warren. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist. New 
York Hospital. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. A.B. 1957, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1961, Cornell University Medical 
College. 



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Brown, Jeffrey L. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics in Psychiatry. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Pediatrics. Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1961. 
Hobart and William Smith College; M.D. 1965. 
University of Maryland School of Medicine. 

Brown, John L, Jr. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1952, Cornell University; M.D. 
1955, Cornell University Medical College. 

Brown, Robert William. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1950, Tulane University School of Medicine. 

Brown, Timothy C. A. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1972, University of Colorado; M.D. 
1977, University of Colorado School of Medicine. 

Brownlee, Michael Alan. Adjunct Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. B.A. 1970, Swarthmore College; 
M.D. 1973, Duke University School of Medicine. 

Bruno, Michael S. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, Lenox Hill Hospital. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1943, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1945, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Bruun, Ruth Dowling. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1959, Radcliffe College; M.D. 
1968, Cornell University Medical College. 

Bryer, Clifford J. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1972, State University of 
New York at Buffalo; M.D. 1979, University of 
Paris Medical School (France). 

Buchbinder, Daniel. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1979, McGill University 
(Canada); D.M.D. 1981, University of Montreal 
Faculty of Medicine (Canada). 

Buchholtz, Michael S. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
B.S. 1973, State University of New York College 
at Cortland; M.D. 1983, University of Bologna 
(Italy). 

Buchman, Myron Isaac. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1943, Lehigh University; M.D. 1946, 
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Buchsbaum, Betty. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1948; 
Cornell University; M.A. 1950, University of 
Pennsylvania; Ph.D. 1965, Yeshiva University. 

Budman, Daniel Robert. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1968, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1972, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Budzko, Delia B. Associate Professor of Diagnostic 
Microbiology in Clinical Medicine. Associate 
Attending Microbiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Ph.D. 1966, University 
of Buenos Aires (Argentina). 



Bullough, Peter G. Professor of Pathology. Associate 
Attending Pathologist, New York Hospital. Senior 
Scientist, Hospital for Special Surgery. M.B.B.Ch. 
1956, University of Liverpool Faculty of Medicine 
(United Kingdom). 

Bungarz, William R. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
B.S. 1974, State University of New York at Stony 
Brook; M.D. 1982, Universidad Autonoma de 
Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Bunk, Michael Joseph. Instructor in Medicine. B.S. 
1973, Iowa State University; M.S. 1977, Iowa 
State University; Ph.D. 1980, Cornell University; 
M.P.H. 1988, Columbia University. 

Burchenal, Joseph Holland. Professor Emeritus of 
Medicine. Emeritus Staff, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 1937, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Burke, Karen A. Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1981, Trinity College; M.D. 1985, University of 
Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. 

Burke, Stephen William. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Surgery (Orthopedics). Associate 
Professor of Clinical Surgery in Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1967, Spring Hill College; 
M.D. 1971, Cornell University Medical College. 

Burman, Chandra M. Assistant Professor of Physics 
in Radiology. Assistant Physicist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1970, Banaras 
Hindu Univeristy, Varanasi (India); M.S. 1972, 
Banaras Hindu Univeristy, Varanasi (India); Ph.D. 
1980, State University of New York at Albany. 

Burris, James Earle. Clinical Instructor of 

Ophthalmology in Psychiatry (Courtesy). Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1952, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1956, Boston University School 
of Medicine. 

Burstein. Albert H. Professor of Applied Biomechanics 
in Surgery (Orthopedics). Senior Scientist, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. Assistant Attending 
Biomedical Engineer, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.M.E. 1959, Cooper Union; 
M.M.E. 1961, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn; 
Ph.D. 1969, New York University. 

Burstein, Stephen. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1966, Swarthmore College; M.D. 
1973, University of Chicago Pritzker School of 
Medicine; Ph.D. 1973, University of Chicago. 

Burt, Michael Edward. Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Cardiothoracic). Assistant Professor of 
Biochemistry. Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Cardiothoracic Surgery), New York Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1970, Rutgers 
State University; M.D. 1975, St. Louis University 
School of Medicine; Ph.D. 1981, George 
Washington University. 

Burten, William. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1963, Brown University; M.A. 
1965, New York University; M.D. 1976, University 
of Miami School of Medicine. 



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Burton, Leslie A. Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Neuroscience. B.A. 1977, Queens College, City 
University of New York; M.S. 1982, University of 
Chicago; Ph.D. 1985, University of Chicago. 

Busch, Fredric Neal. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1980, Duke 
University; M.D. 1984, University of Texas 
Southwestern Medical College. 

Bush, Harry Leonard, Jr. Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. Associate Attending Surgeon, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1964, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1968, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Buskirk, Daniel Robert. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Neurobiology in Surgery. B.A. 1977, Drew 
University; Ph.D. 1983, Rockefeller University. 

Bussel, James Bruce. Associate Professor of 

Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1971, Yale University; M.D. 1975, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Butler, Thomas. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A 1965, Clemson University; 
M.D. 1969, Medical University of South Carolina. 

Byrne, John Charles. Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1960, Georgetown 
University; M.S. 1964, New York University; M.D. 
1965, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Caccese, William John. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1974, Villanova 
University; M.D. 1978, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Cahan, William George. Professor Emeritus of Clinical 
Surgery. Senior Attending Surgeon, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1935, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1939, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Cahill, Patrick T. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Physics in Radiology. B.S. 1956, University of 
New Hampshire; M.S. 1958, University of New 
Hampshire; Ph.D. 1963, Harvard University. 

Calvano, Steven Ernest. Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. B.A. 1972, University of Connecticut; 
Ph.D. 1980, University of California, Santa 
Barbara. 

Camargo, Maria-Jose Falotico. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Professor of Physiology and 
Biophysics. M.D. 1973, Faculdade de Medicine de 
Taubate, Sao Paulo (Brazil); Ph.D. 1980, Paulista 
School of Medicine (Brazil). 

Cameron, Donald J. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1951, Amherst College; M.D. 
1955, Cornell University Medical College. 

Cammisa, Frank P., Jr. Instructor in Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Assistant Attending Surgeon, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. Assistant Attending 
Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1978, Tufts University School of 



Medicine; M.D. 1982, Columbia University College 
of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Campbell, Bruce. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1961, New York 
University; M.D. 1966, New York Medical College. 

Campbell, Gordon Alexander. Associate Research 
Professor of Physiology in Medicine. B.A. 1956, 
University of British Columbia (Canada); M.S. 
1963, University of British Columbia (Canada); 
Ph.D. 1973, University of California, Berkeley. 

Campbell, Lawrence F. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. M O. 1963, University of Michigan 
Medical School. 

Campbell, Robert G. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1954, Colgate 
University; M.D. 1958, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Cantor, Michael C. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1978, Harvard College; M.D. 1982, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Caparros, Brenda Idea Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Clinical Assistant Pediatrician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1965, University of Santo Tomas 
(Philippines); M.D. 1970, University of Santo 
Tomas (Philippines). 

Caplan, Ronald Mervin. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate 
Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1958, McGill University 
(Canada); M.D. CM. 1962, McGill University 
College of Medicine (Canada). 

Caprio, Ralph E. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1971, Rutgers State 
University; M.D. 1977, Mount Sinai School of 
Medicine. 

Caputo, Thomas A. Professor of Clinical Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1961 , College of the Holy 
Cross; M.D. 1965, University of Medicine and 
Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

Caracci, Giovanni. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1977, University of Naples (Italy). 

Caraccio, Babette B. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1978, 
College of New Rochelle; M.D. 1982, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Caravelli, James F. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Radiology. Associate Attending Roentgenologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1970, University of Illinois; M.D. 1974, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Carl, Lawrence. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1977, Yeshiva University; M.D. 
1982, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Carlon, Anne Teresa. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician 



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and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1978, 
Brown University; M.D. 1983, Duke University 
School of Medicine. 

Carlon, Graziano Carlo. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Anesthesiology. Associate Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Associate Attending Critical Care 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. M.D. 1969, University of Padua (Italy). 

Carlson, Eric T. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 
Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. B.A. 1944, 
Wesleyan University; M.D. 1950, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Caronna, John Joseph. Professor of Clinical 
Neurology. Attending Neurologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1961, Fordham University; M.D. 
1965, Cornell University Medical College. 

Carpanzano, Carmela Rita. Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1978, Fordham University; M.S. 
1980, Long Island University; M.D. 1984, St. 
George's University School of Medicine 
(Grenada). 

Carras, Robert. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery (Neurosurgery). Attending Surgeon, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1950, City 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1955, 
State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Carroll, Joanne Marlene. Assistant Professor of 
Neuroscience. B.S. 1973, Molloy College; M A. 
1977, Hunter College, City University of New 
York; Ph.D. 1982, City College, City University of 
New York. 

Carsky, Monica. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1971, 
Swarthmore College; Ph.D. 1978, City University 
of New York Graduate School and University 
Center. 

Carter, D. Martin. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1958, 
Dartmouth College; M.D. 1961, Harvard Medical 
School; Ph.D. 1971, Yale University. 

Case, David Bartlett. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1964, Princeton University; 
M.D. 1968, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Case, Nan B. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Staff Psychologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1959, Hunter College, 
City University of New York; M.A. 1968, Columbia 
University; Ph.D. 1973, Columbia University. 

Casper, Ephraim S. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1971, University of Illinois; M.D. 1974, Rush 
Medical College. 

Cassell, Eric J. Clinical Professor of Public Health. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1950, Queens College, City University of New 
York; M.A. 1950, Columbia University; M.D. 1954, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Cataldi, Georgia Anne. Assistant Professor of 

Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, New 



York Hospital. B.A. 1976, Hunter College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1981, New York 
Medical College. 

Catenaccio, Robert Hamlet. Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1976, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1981, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Caterinicchio, Benedict Salvatore. Clinical Associate 
Professor of Pediatrics. Associate Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1954, Johns 
Hopkins University; M.D. 1958, New York Medical 
College. 

Cavanagh, James Joseph. Clinical Assistant 

Professor of Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, 
North Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1954, 
Fordham University; M.D. 1958, New York 
Medical College. 

Cedarbaum, Jesse M. Associate Professor of 

Neurology and Neuroscience. Associate Attending 
Neurologist, Burke Rehabilitation Center. 
Assistant Attending Neurologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1973, Stanford University; M.A. 
1973, Stanford University; M.D. 1978, Yale 
University School of Medicine. 

Cederqvist, Lars L. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. B.M. 1957, University of Lund (Sweden); 
B.P. 1959, University of Lund (Sweden); M.D. 
1964, University of Lund (Sweden). 

Cervantes, Cecilia. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
B.S. 1971 , University of the Philippines; M.D. 
1975, University of the Philippines College of 
Medicine. 

Cesar, Reynold. Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1959, University of Haiti, 
Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy. 

Cestero, Yolanda Alt. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.D. 1966, 
University of Santo Domingo (Dominican 
Republic). 

Chae, Soo Wan. Visiting Instructor in Physiology and 
Biophysics. M.D. 1978, Chonbuk National 
University (Korea); Ph.D. 1984, Chonnam 
University of Medicine (Korea). 

Chaganti, Raju S. K. Professor of Genetics in 
Pathology. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. Attending Geneticist and Cytogeneticist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1954, Andhra University (India); M.S. 1955, 
Andhra University (India); Ph.D. 1964, Harvard 
University. 

Chaglassian, Toros A. Assistant Professor of Clinical 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1963, 
American University of Beirut (Lebanon); M.D. 
1967, American University of Beirut (Lebanon). 

Chait, Maxwell Mani. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1969, 
University of Utah; B.S. 1969, University of 
California, San Francisco; M.D. 1972, University 
of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine. 



112 Faculty of the Medical College 



Chamides, Brian. Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Assistant Attending Pathologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1976, New York University; M.D. 
1981 , State University of New York at Buffalo 
School of Medicine. 

Chan, Walter W. Y. Professor of Pharmacology 
(acting chairman). B.A. 1956, University of 
Wisconsin; Ph.D. 1961, Columbia University. 

Chandra, Manju. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1968, GSVM Medical 
College, Lucknow University (India). 

Chang, Cheng-Hui. Assistant Professor of Physics in 
Radiology. Medical Physicist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1971, Chung Juan 
College of Science and Engineering (Taiwan); 
M.S. 1975, University of Arkansas; Ph.D. 1978, 
University of Arkansas. 

Chang, Raymond Yeesung. Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Assistant Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1979, Brown 
University; M.D. 1983, Brown University Program 
in Medicine. 

Chang, Stanley. Associate Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Associate Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. Consultant, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1968, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 
M.S. 1970, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1974, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Chao, Moses Victor. Associate Professor of Cell 
Biology in Medicine. Associate Professor of Cell 
Biology and Anatomy. B.A. 1973, Pomona 
College; Ph.D. 1980, University of California, Los 
Angeles. 

Chao, Solan. Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and 

Gynecology. B.A. 1954, Cornell University; M.D. 

1962, Columbia University College of Physicians 

and Surgeons. 
Chapar, George N. Instructor of Psychology in 

Pediatrics. B.A. 1973, University of Connecticut; 

M.A. 1978, Fairfield University; M A. 1981, 

Yeshiva University; Ph.D. 1985, Yeshiva 

University. 

Chapman, Carleton B. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. 
A.B. 1936, Davidson College; B.A. 1938, 
Davidson College; M.D. 1941, Harvard Medical 
School; M.P.H. 1944, Harvard University. 

Chapman, Paul B. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Assistant Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. A.B. 1977, Cornell University; 
M.D. 1981, Cornell University Medical College. 

Charash, Bruce David. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1977, Cornell University; M.D. 
1981 , Cornell University Medical College. 

Charash, Leon I. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1947, Cornell University; M.D. 
1950, Cornell University Medical College. 

Charlson, Mary Elizabeth. Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1970, Wellesley College; M.D. 
1972, Yale University School of Medicine. 



Charno, Steven H. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1968, Cornell University; 
M.D. 1972, University of South Carolina Medical 
School. 

Chartash, Elliot Keith. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 

1976, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 
M.D. 1982, State University of New York at 
Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Chaudhri, Farida P. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1976, Quaid-I-Azam 
Medical College, Bahawalpur (Pakistan). 

Chazan, Saralea E. Clinical Instructor of Psychology 
in Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1958, University of Pennsylvania; 
M.A. 1960, Columbia University; Ph.D. 1971, Ohio 
State University. 

Checchi, Adele Marie. Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1975, Barnard College; M.D. 1985, 
State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Cheigh, Jhoong Shik. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Biochemistry. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. Associate Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1956, Kyungpook National 
University (Korea); M.D. 1960, Kyungpook 
National University (Korea); M.M.S. 1962, 
Kyungpook National University (Korea). 

Cheng, Andrew C. K. Clinical Instructor in 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
M.D. 1962, Peking Medical College (China). 

Cheng, Edgar Wai-Kin. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1966, 
University of Notre Dame; M.D. 1971, University 
of Wisconsin Medical School. 

Cheng, Kuo-Chi. Assistant Professor of Cell Biology 
in Pediatrics. B.S. 1977, National Taiwan 
University; M.S. 1979, University of Georgia; 
Ph.D. 1983, University of Connecticut. 

Chengot, Mathew T. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
B.S. 1971, Kerala University (India); M.B.B.S. 

1977, Kottayam Medical College, Kerala 
University (India). 

Cherbuliez, Theodore. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1952, University of Geneva 
(Switzerland). 

Cherubini, Thomas D. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Associate Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. M.D. 1964, 
Hahnemann Medical College. 

Chervenak, Frank A. Associate Professor of 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1974, Pennsylvania State 
University; M.D. 1976, Jefferson Medical College. 

Chess, Quintus. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pathology. Attending Pathologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1974, Princeton 



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University; M.D. 1978, Johns Hopkins University 

School of Medicine. 
Cheung, Kim Kum. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 

A.B. 1970, Carleton College; M A. 1972, Princeton 

University; Ph.D. 1976, Princeton University; M.D. 

1983, Tulane University School of Medicine. 
Cheung, Nai-Kong V. Associate Professor of 

Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, 

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 

1972, University of Chicago; M.D. 1978, Harvard 

Medical School; Ph.D. 1978, Harvard Medical 

School. 

Chez, Ronald A. Adjunct Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. A.B. 1953, Johns Hopkins University; 
M.D. 1957, Cornell University Medical College. 

Chiarandini, Irene. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1963, University of Buenos 
Aires Faculty of Medicine (Argentina). 

Chiarieri, Dominick R. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1970, St. Peter's College; 
M.D. 1974, Cornell University Medical College. 

Chiorazzi, Nicholas. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, North Shore University Hospital. B.A 

1966, College of the Holy Cross; M.D. 1970, 
Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Chiu, Yue (Mickey) Kwong. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Pediatrics. Senior Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1969, Princeton University; M.D. 
1974, Johns Hopkins University School of 
Medicine. 

Chiu-Tsao, Sou-Tung. Assistant Professor of Physics 
in Radiology. Assistant Attending Physicist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 

1967, National Taiwan University; M.A. 1968, 
State University of New York at Stony Brook; 
Ph.D. 1974, State University of New York at Stony 
Brook. 

Cho, Young T. Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Attending Pathologist, Catholic Medical Center of 
Brooklyn and Queens. B.S. 1948, Seoul National 
University (Korea); M.D. 1953, Seoul National 
University of Medicine (Korea). 

Cholst, Ina Naomi. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, 
Swarthmore College; M.D. 1977, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Christian, Charles Leigh. Joseph P. Routh Professor 
of Rheumatic Diseases in Medicine. Physician-in- 
Chief, Hospital for Special Surgery. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. Consultant. 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1949, Wichita State University; M.D. 1953, 
Western Reserve University. 

Christodoulou, James P. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1962, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1966, State University of New York at 
Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Chu, Florence C. H. Professor of Radiology. 
Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. 
Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 



Center. M.D. 1942, National Defense Medical 
Center, Shanghai (China). 
Chui, Chen-Shou. Assistant Professor of Physics in 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Physicist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1969, Tsing-Hua University (Taiwan); M.S. 1972, 
Columbia University; Ph.D. 1984, Columbia 
University. 

Church, Edwin H. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1949, University of Rochester 
School of Medicine and Dentistry. 

Chusid, Arnold. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1974, Long Island 
University, C.W. Post Center; M.D. 1979, 
Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Chuy, Feliciano. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Associate Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, La Guardia Hospital. B.S. 1972, 
McGill University (Canada); M.D. 1976, 
Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Ciaburri, Daniel G. Instructor in Surgery. Thoracic 
Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.S. 1979, 
University of Connecticut; M.D. 1983, University of 
Connecticut School of Medicine. 

Cipollaro, Vincent Anthony. Clinical Associate 
Professor of Medicine. Associate Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1953, State 
University of New York at Buffalo; M.D. 1958, 
University of Padua (Italy). 

Citi, Sandra. Assistant Professor of Cell Biology and 
Anatomy. B.S. 1982, Cambridge University 
(United Kingdom); Ph.D. 1986, Cambridge 
University (United Kingdom); M.D. 1989, 
University of Florence Faculty of Medicine (Italy). 

Claremont, Hugh Ernest. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
New York Hospital. MB. B.S. 1944, University of 
London (United Kingdom); M.D. 1951, University 
of London (United Kingdom); M.S. 1958, 
University of Colorado. 

Clark, Cornelius J. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1952, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1959, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Clark, Sheryl D. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1974, Beloit College; M.D. 1982, Case 
Western Reserve University School of Medicine. 

Clarke, James Lincoln. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1977, Princeton University; M.D. 1981, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Clarkin, Audrey Jean. Clinical Assistant Professor 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1954, Pace 
University; M.A. 1963, Catholic University of 
America; M.A. 1966, Fordham University; Ph.D. 
1969, Fordham University. 

Clarkin, John F. Professor of Clinical Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1961, St. Benedict's College; M.A. 
1967, Fordham University; Ph.D. 1971, Fordham 
University. 



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Clarkson, Bayard Delafield. Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1948, Yale University; M.D. 
1952, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Clayson, Merrill David. Associate Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. Associate 
Attending Psychologist, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Adjunct Attending Psychologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1956, University of Utah; A.M. 1960, George 
Washington University; Ph.D. 1963, Washington 
University. 

Coffey, Edward L, Jr. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pathology. Attending Pathologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1956, Princeton 
University; M.D. 1960, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Cohen, Alfred Martin. Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1963, Cornell University; 
M.D. 1967, Johns Hopkins University School of 
Medicine. 

Cohen, Anthony Simon. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Neurology. Assistant Attending Neurologist, 
North Shore University Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1968, 
University of Witwatersrand (South Africa). 

Cohen, Barry Howard. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1968, New 
York University; M.D. 1972, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Cohen, Barton Eliot. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1971, New 
York University; M.D. 1975, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Cohen, Daniel I. A. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Biostatistics in Psychiatry. A.B. 1967, Princeton 
University; M.A. 1970, Harvard University; Ph.D. 
1975, Harvard University. 

Cohen, David E. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1958, Brandeis 
University; M.D. 1962, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Cohen, Donald. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1957, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1961, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Cohen, Eugene Jerrin. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1933, University of Wisconsin; 
M.S. 1934, University of Wisconsin; M.D. 1938, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Cohen, Irwin Robert. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1946, University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D. 1949, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine; M.S. 1953, 
New York University. 

Cohen, Jacob L. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1957, Syracuse 



University; M.D. 1961 , State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Cohen, Martin V. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1965, 
Union College; M.S. 1967, University of 
Wisconsin; Ph.D. 1974, New York University. 

Cohen, Michael Lloyd. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1963, 
Syracuse University; M.D. 1967, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Cohen, Neill Scott. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1977, State University of New York 
at Albany; Ph.D. 1983, Rutgers State University. 

Cohen, Richard Peter. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1971, Clark University; M.D. 
1975, Cornell University Medical College. 

Cohen, Ronald Barry. Instructor in Medicine. B.S. 
1980, City College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1982, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Cohen, Roni O. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. B.E. 1964, University of Miami; M.Ed. 
1973, Columbia University, Teachers College; 
Ph.D. 1977, Columbia University. 

Cohen, Ruth P. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1963, Vassar College; M.D. 
1967, New York University School of Medicine. 

Cohen, Sandra Kopit. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1974, 
Radcliffe College; M.D. 1978, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Cohen, Stanley A. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1973, Franklin and Marshall 
College; M.D. 1978, Jefferson Medical College. 

Cohler, Jonas. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1956, 
University of Michigan; M.A. 1958, Harvard 
University; Ph.D. 1962, Harvard University. 

Cohn, Barbara E. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Associate Attending Radiologist, St. 
Barnabas Medical Center. A.B. 1963, Barnard 
College; M.D. 1967, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Cohn, Zanvil A. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. B.S. 
1949, Bates College; M.D. 1953, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Coit, Daniel Grosvenor. Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1971, Yale 
University; M.D. 1976, University of Cincinnati 
College of Medicine. 

Colatsky, Thomas John. Adjunct Assistant Professor 
of Physiology and Biophysics. B.A. 1972, 
Georgetown University; Ph.D. 1977, State 
University of New York at Buffalo. 

Cole, James R. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 

Orthopedic Surgeon to Out-Patient Department, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. A.B. 1961 , Princeton 



Faculty of the Medical College 1 1 5 



University; M.D. 1965, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Coleman, D. Jackson. John Milton McLean Professor 
of Ophthalmology (chairman). Ophthalmologist-in- 
Chief, New York Hospital. Consultant, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1956, Union 
College; M.D. 1960, State University of New York 
at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Coleman, John William. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Surgery (Urology). Associate Attending 
Surgeon (Urology), New York Hospital. A.B. 1960, 
Georgetown University; M.D. 1964, Georgetown 
University School of Medicine. 

Coleman, Morton. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1959, Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 1963, 
Medical College of Virginia. 

Coll, Raymond H. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Neurology. Associate Attending Neurologist, New 
York Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1961, University of 
Witwatersrand (South Africa). 

Concannon, Patrick Joseph. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology. 
Associate Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1951, Fordham University; M.D. 1955, New 
York University School of Medicine. 

Connolly, C. Stephen. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1955, Fordham University; 
M.D. 1959, Cornell University Medical College. 

Connor, Bradley Alan. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1974, Brandeis University; M.D. 1978, 
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. 

Conovitz, Myron William. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1954, Yale University; 
M.D. 1958, Harvard Medical School. 

Conrad, Patricia. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1966, 
Syracuse University; M.D. 1970, Medical College 
of Pennsylvania. 

Conte, Patrick John. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Associate Attending Radiologist, St. 
Barnabas Medical Center. B.S. 1982, Boston 
University; M.D. 1966, Loyola University Stritch 
School of Medicine. 

Coombs, Francis Place. Clinical Associate Professor 
Emeritus of Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1937, Colgate 
University; M.D. 1940, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Cooper, Arnold M. Professor of Psychiatry. Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. Adjunct Attending 
Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
A.B. 1943, Columbia University; M.D. 1947, 
University of Utah College of Medicine. 

Cooper, Arthur J. L. Associate Research Professor of 
Biochemistry. Associate Research Professor of 
Biochemistry in Neuroscience. B.S. 1967, 
Northern Polytechnic. London University (United 
Kingdom); M.S. 1969, Imperial College of Science 



and Technology, London (United Kingdom); Ph.D. 
1974, Cornell University; D.Sc. 1986, London 
University (United Kingdom). 

Cooper, David J. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1979, Syracuse 
University; M.D. 1983, New York Medical College. 

Cooper, Howard N. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1943, Northwestern 
University; M.D. 1949, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Cooper, Louis Marcus. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist 
(Pedodontist), New York Hospital. B.A. 1971, 
Queens College, City University of New York; 
D.D.S. 1975, New York University College of 
Dentistry. 

Cooper, Robert Bruce. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1977, Fordham University; 
M.D. 1981, Cornell University Medical College. 

Cooper, William Charles. Professor of Clinical 

Ophthalmology. Attending Ophthalmologist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1953, Franklin and Marshall 
College; M.D. 1956, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Cooperman, Leslie B. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1963, City 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1967, 
Chicago Medical School. 

Cooperman, Sheila Ann. Clinical Instructor in 

Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1973, Kalamazoo College; M.A. 1974, 
Michigan State University; M.D. 1982, American 
University of the Caribbean, Montserrat (West 
Indies). 

Corn, Lester Roy. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1949, Long Island 
University; M.D. 1955, University of Lausanne 
(Switzerland). 

Cornell, Charles Nelson. Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Orthopedics). Assistant Attending 
Surgeon, New York Hospital. Assistant Attending 
Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), Hospital for 
Special Surgery. B.A. 1976, Williams College; 
M.D. 1980, Cornell University Medical College. 

Corp, Eric S. Instructor of Psychology in Psychiatry. 
B.A. 1969, California State University, Los 
Angeles; M.S. 1972, California State University, 
Los Angeles; Ph.D. 1986, University of 
Washington. 

Corriel, Robert Neil. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Senior Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 

1972, Case Western Reserve University; M.A. 

1973, Case Western Reserve University; M.D. 
1976, Bowman Gray School of Medicine. 

Cortese, Armand F. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1954, Columbia University; M.D. 
1958, Cornell University Medical College. 



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Costakos, Dennis Theodore. Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1980, Columbia University; M.D. 
1984, Dartmouth Medical School. 

Costin, Andrew. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1982, University of California, Los Angeles; M.D. 
1986, Yale University School of Medicine. 

Cote, Richard James. Instructor in Pathology. B.A. 
1976. University of California, Irvine; B.S. 1976, 
University of California, Irvine; M.D. 1980, 
University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. 

Covit, Andrew B. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. B.A. 1975, Hofstra University; M.D. 
1979, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Cowburn, David Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Physics in Radiology. Consultant, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1965, 
University of Manchester (United Kingdom); Ph D 
1970, University of London (United Kingdom); 
D.Sc. 1982, University of London (United 
Kingdom). 

Cox, Denton Sayer. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1948, Yale University; M O 
1952, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Cox, Kathryn Ann. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. M.D. 1975, 
University of Michigan Medical School. 

Cramer, Jean Abel. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital 
B.A. 1947, Barnard College; M.D. 1950, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Cramer, Marvin Edward. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1965, Johns 
Hopkins University; M.D. 1969, Jefferson Medical 
College. 

Crandall, Edward David. Bruce Webster Professor of 
Internal Medicine. Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.E. 
1960, Cooper Union; M.S. 1962, Northwestern 
University; Ph.D. 1964, Northwestern University; 
M.D. 1972, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

Criticos, Anne Katherine. Clinical Instructor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Professional Associate, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1971, State University of 
New York College at Brockport; M.A. 1973, Ohio 
State University; Ph.D. 1976, Vanderbilt 
University. 

Crow, John F Clinical Associate Professor of 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1965, Davidson College; M.D. 
1969, Baylor College of Medicine. 

Crow, Mary Kuntz. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. Associate Attending Physician, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. B.A. 1972, Manhattanville 
College; M.D. 1978, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Crowe, John F. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 

(Orthopedics). Orthopedic Surgeon to Out-Patient 



Department, Hospital for Special Surgery. A.B. 
1968, Boston University; B.M.S. 1969, Dartmouth 
College; M.D. 1971, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Crowley, Kathryn Ann. Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1976, Georgetown University; M.D. 
1980, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Crown, John Paul A. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Assistant Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center M B. B.S. 1980, University College 
Faculty of Medicine, Dublin (Ireland); B.S. 1982, 
University College Faculty of Medicine, Dublin 
(Ireland). 

Cruvant, David. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Senior 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1972, University of 
Rochester; M.D. 1976, St. Louis University School 
of Medicine. 

Crystal, Kenneth Scott. Assistant Professor of 

Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1975, University of 
Rochester; M.D. 1981, University of Rochester 
School of Medicine and Dentistry. 

Cucin, Robert Louis. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Plastic Surgery). Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Plastic Surgery), New York Hospital. B.A. 1967, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1971, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Cummins, Francis Mitchell. Clinical Professor of 
Radiology. Associate Attending Radiologist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1942. Harvard University; 
M.D. 1945, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Cunningham, Isabel. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Assistant Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. A.B. 1968. Bryn Mawr College; 
M.D. 1979, Yale University School of Medicine. 

Cunningham, Thomas F. Clinical Instructor in 

Medicine. B.S. 1979, St. John's University; M.D. 
1983, Cornell University Medical College. 

Cunningham-Rundles, Susanna. Assistant Professor 
of Immunology in Pediatrics. B.S. 1963, Duke 
University; Ph.D. 1974, New York University. 

Currie, Violante E. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 

1967, University of Illinois College of Medicine. 
Curry, William Thomas. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1964, New York University; M.D. 

1968, Howard University College of Medicine. 
Curtis, Gabriel George. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1957, Fordham University; 
M.D. 1962. New York Medical College. 
Cutler, Lawrence Earle. Clinical Instructor in 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1976, Wayne State University; M.D. 
1980, University of Chicago Pritzker School of 
Medicine. 

Dabbs, Edwin Gerald. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist. New 



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York Hospital. B.A. 1958, Texas Technological 
University; M.D. 1962, University of Texas 
Southwestern Medical School. 
Da Costa, Maria Manuela. Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1980, 
Trinity College; M.D. 1984, New York Medical 
College. 

Dain, Norman. Adjunct Professor of History in 
Psychiatry. B.A. 1953, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.S. 1957, Columbia 
University; Ph.D. 1961, Columbia University. 

Daines, Richard F. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Attending Physician, St. Barnabas Hospital. B.A. 
1974, Utah State University; M.D. 1978, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Dalecki, Paul Henry. Clinical Instructor in 

Anesthesiology. B.S. 1973, State University of 
New York at Buffalo; M.D. 1976, New York 
Medical College. 

Dalrymple, Gisela T. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Senior Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1947, Cornell University; M.D. 1951 , Women's 
Medical College of Pennsylvania. 

D'Amato. Richard Frank. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Microbiology. B.S. 1967, St. John's 
University; M.S. 1970, Long Island University: 
Ph.D. 1973, St. John's University. 

Danes, Betty Shannon. Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1948, Mount Holyoke College; 
M.A. 1949, University of Texas Medical School at 
Galveston; Ph.D. 1952, University of Iowa; M.D. 
1962, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Daniells, Helen Elizabeth. Clinical Professor Emeritus 
of Psychiatry. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1937, Barnard College; M.D. 1941, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Daniels, Farrington, Jr. Professor Emeritus of 
Medicine. Professor Emeritus of Public Health. 
Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. B.A. 1940, 
University of Wisconsin; M.A. 1942, University of 
Wisconsin; M.D. 1943, Harvard Medical School; 
M.P.H. 1952, Harvard University. 

Dannenberg, Andrew Jess. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1978, Tufts University; M.D. 
1982, Washington University School of Medicine. 

Danyluk, Andrew Walter. Clinical Instructor in 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1977, 
Rutgers State University, Newark; M.D. 1981, 
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Darrigan, Thomas Michael. Clinical Assistant 

Professor of Surgery (Dental and Oral). Assistant 
Attending Oral Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1959, University of Maryland; D.D.S. 1963, 
University of Maryland School of Medicine. 

Dash, Barbara Ann. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. Pediatrician, La Guardia Hospital. B.A. 
1967, City College, City University of New York; 
M.A. 1971 , Hunter College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1978, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 



Data, Joann L. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. B.S. 1966, Purdue University; M.D. 
1970, Washington University Medical Center; 
Ph.D. 1977, Vanderbilt University. 

Datta, Moitri Nath. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. M B. B.S. 1974, BJ Medical 
College, Gujarat University (India). 

Daum, Fredric. Professor of Clinical Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettermg 
Cancer Center. Associate Attending Pediatrician, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1963. Harvard University; 
M.D. 1967, Tufts University School of Medicine. 

Davidoff-Hirsch, Helen. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1949, Radcliffe College; M.D. 
1953, Harvard Medical School. 

Davidovicz, Herman M. Assistant Professor of 
Neuropsychology in Neurology. B.A. 1970. 
Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
M.A. 1972, Hofstra University; Ph.D. 1974, 
Hofstra University. 

Davis, E. William, Jr. Clinical Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1947, 
Wesleyan University; M.D. 1951, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Davis, Jerome George. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate 
Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1935, Dartmouth College; 
M.D. 1939, University of Arkansas College of 
Medicine. 

Davis, Jessica G. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 

York Hospital. B.A. 1955, Wellesley College; M.D. 

1959, Columbia University College of Physicians 

and Surgeons. 
Davis, John Mihran. Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Associate Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 

Associate Attending Surgeon, Jamaica Hospital. 

Associate Surgeon. Mary Immaculate Hospital. 

A. B. 1968, Columbia University; M.D. 1972, 
Wayne State University School of Medicine. 

Davis, Joseph D. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Dental and Oral). Associate Attending 
Dentist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1940, New York 
University; D.D.S. 1943, New York University 
College of Dentistry. 

Davis, Owen Kidder. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1978, 
Swarthmore College; M.D. 1982, Bowman Gray 
School of Medicine. 

Davis, Sheila Dotson. Assistant Professor of 

Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1976, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1980, Harvard Medical School. 

Dawes, Henry F. Clinical Instructor of Surgery in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

B. A. 1956, Princeton University; M.D. 1960, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Deane, Leland M. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 



1 IK Faculty of the Medical College 



University Hospital. B.S. 1974, Union College; 
M.D. 1978, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

DeAngelis, Lisa M. Assistant Professor of Neurology. 
Assistant Attending Neurologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center Assistant Attending 
Neurologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1977, 
Wellesley College; M.D. 1980, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

DeBlasio, Daniel Serafino. Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A 1978, Queens 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1983, 
University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. 

De Bruin, William. Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1980, Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 1984, 
University of Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. 
Medical School. 

Decma, Paolo. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1968. University of Rome (Italy). 

Deck, Michael D. F. Professor of Clinical Radiology. 
Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. 
Attending Roentgenologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. M B. B.S. 1961, 
University of Sydney (Australia). 

Decker, Robert Edward. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. A.B. 1959, Temple University; M.D. 
1963, Temple University School of Medicine. 

Deckoff, Stephen L. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Senior Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1943. Yale University; 
M.D. 1947, Harvard Medical School. 

DeCosse, Jerome Joseph. Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 
Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.S. 1948. College of St. Thomas; M.D 
1952, University of Minnesota Medical School; 
Ph.D. 1969, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Syracuse. 

Degann, Sona M. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1975, 
American University of Beirut (Lebanon); M.S. 
1976, University of Michigan; M.D. 1983, Johns 
Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

deGara, Paul Frederick. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Pediatrics. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital 
M.D. 1926, University of Heidelberg (West 
Germany); M.D. 1927, University of Padua (Italy) 

DeGennaro, Anthony. Clinical Instructor in 
Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1978, Wagner College; M.D. 1983, University of 
Oklahoma College of Medicine. 

Degnan, Thomas J. Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1952, Rutgers State University; 
M.D. 1956, New York Medical College. 

DeHovitz, Jack Alan. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Public Health. B.S. 1974, University of California, 
Davis; M.P.H. 1975, University of Texas School of 
Public Health; M.D. 1980, University of Texas 
Medical School at Galveston. 



Deitrick, John English. Professor Emeritus of 

Medicine. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1929, Princeton University; M.D. 1933, Johns 
Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

De Leon, Renato A. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.D. 1960, 
University of Santo Tomas (Philippines). 

Delli Bovi, Barbara Ann. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1962. Trinity 
College for Women; M.D. 1968, University of 
Rome (Italy). 

Deltito, Joseph Anthony. Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1975, Brown University; M.D. 
1979, Brown University Program in Medicine. 

de Luise, Vincent P. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1973, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1977, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Delvalle, Oscar E. Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. M.D. 1968, University of Costa 
Rica Faculty of Medicine. 

DeMarco, Linda Cheryl. Instructor in Medicine. B.S. 
1976, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; M.D. 
1982, University of Rome Faculty of Medicine 
(Italy). 

DeMayo, Alan Philip. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1953, Albany Medical 
College. 

Dembner, Alan G. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Associate Attending Physician, St. 
Barnabas Medical Center. Assistant Attending 
Radiologist, St. Barnabas Medical Center. A.B. 
1969, Clark University; M.D. 1973, Tufts 
University School of Medicine. 

Dennison, Barbara A. Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1975, University of Delaware; 
M.D. 1982, University of Wisconsin Medical 
School. 

Denton, John Roe. Professor of Clinical Surgery. 
Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, Catholic Medical 
Center of Brooklyn and Queens. B.S. 1960, 
United States Military Academy; M.D. 1967, 
University of Alabama School of Medicine. 

DePalo, Angelo Joseph. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 
1949, Columbia University; M.D. 1953, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Den, Peter C. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1966, 
University of Vermont; M A. 1968, New School for 
Social Research; Ph.D. 1978, New York 
University. 

DeRisi, Dwight Carlton. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Senior Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1969, Seton Hall 
University; M.D. 1973, Georgetown University 
School of Medicine. 



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Derman, Richard Jacob. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1962, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1966, Howard 
University College of Medicine; M.P.H. -1971 , 
Johns Hopkins University. 

Dershaw, D. David. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Associate Attending Roentgenologist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1970. Trinity 
College; M.D. 1974, Jefferson Medical College. 

De Sanctis, Peter N. Adjunct Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Surgery. Assistant Attending 
Surgeon, New York Hospital. A.B. 1952, New 
York University; M.D. 1962, Boston University 
School of Medicine. 

Deschamps, Armando R. Clinical Instructor in 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. Associate Attending 
Surgeon, La Guardia Hospital. B.A. 1953, Vera 
Cruz College (Mexico); M.D. 1959. National 
School of Medicine (Mexico). 

Deschner, Eleanor Elizabeth. Associate Professor of 
Radiobiology in Medicine. Associate Professor of 
Radiology. Associate Radiobiologist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1949, Notre 
Dame College of Staten Island; M.S. 1951 , 
Fordham University; Ph.D. 1954, Fordham 
University. 

Desiderio, Dawn Patricia. Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1976, Adelphi University; 
M.D. 1980, State University of New York at 
Buffalo School of Medicine. 

de Silva, Anthony M. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1958, 
University of Ceylon (Sri Lanka); M.B.B.S. 1963, 
University of Ceylon (Sri Lanka). 

de Sousa, Maria A. B. Adjunct Professor of Pediatrics. 
M.D. 1963, University of Lisbon (Portugal); Ph.D. 
1 971 , University of Glasgow (United Kingdom). 

De Stefano, Louis Joseph. Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1977, 
Columbia University; M.S. 1979, University of 
Miami; Ph.D. 1981, University of Miami. 

Dettelbach, Harold R. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Physiology in Medicine. B.A. 1948, Roosevelt 
University; Ph.D. 1952, University of Berne 
(Switzerland). 

Deucher, Richard Stephen. Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Senior Assistant Attending 
Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 
1966, Northwestern University; M.D. 1968, 
Northwestern University Medical School. 

Deutsch, Paul Jan. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
A.B 1975, Harvard College; M A. 1979, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University; M.D. 1982, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University; Ph.D. 1982, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Devereux, Richard Blyton. Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 



York Hospital. B.A. 1967, Yale University; M.D. 
1971, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

De Vita, Vincent T., Jr. Professor of Medicine. 
Physician-in-Chief, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1957, College of William and 
Mary; M.D. 1961, George Washington University 
School of Medicine. 

Dhawan, Vijay. Associate Physicist in Neuroscience. 
B.A. 1968, Delhi College of Engineering (India); 
M.S. 1974, Polytechnic Institute of New York; 
Ph.D. 1980, Polytechnic Institute of New York. 

Diamond, Cheryl Beth. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1963, Swarthmore College; 
M.D. 1972, Medical College of Pennsylvania. 

Diamond, Diana. Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1971, Wesleyan University; M.A. 
1974, University of Massachusetts; M.S. 1981, 
University of Massachusetts; Ph.D. 1985, 
University of Massachusetts. 

Diamond, Leonard. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1949, Tulane University; M.D. 
1953, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Diamond, Monroe Thomas. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Medicine. Assistant Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1938, Yale 
University; M.D. 1942. University of Virginia 
School of Medicine. 

Diaz-Matos, Carlos H. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1967, University of 
Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic). 

DiCarlo, Edward Frederick. Assistant Professor of 
Pathology. Assistant Pathologist, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. B.S. 1976, Pennsylvania State 
University; M.D. 1981, Pennsylvania State 
University College of Medicine. 

Dicicco-Bloom, Emanuel Murray. Assistant Professor 
of Neurology and Neuroscience. Clinical Fellow, 
New York Hospital. A.B. 1973, Princeton 
University; M.D. 1977, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Diener, Jakow G. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 

University Hospital. B.A. 1969, Cornell University; 

M.D. 1973, State University of New York Health 

Science Center at Brooklyn. 
Diethelm, Oskar. Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry. 

Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. M.D. 1923, 

University of Berne (Switzerland). 
Dietrich, Jeanne Carolan. Clinical Instructor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Professional Associate, 

New York Hospital. B.A. 1970, Mercy College; 

M.A. 1978, Columbia University; Ph.D. 1984, 

Fordham University. 
Dietrich, Richard A. Adjunct Clinical Assistant 

Professor of Surgery. Assistant Attending 

Surgeon, New York Hospital. A.B. 1966, Miami 

University; M.D. 1972. University of Cincinnati 

College of Medicine. 
Dieudonne-Eid, Isabelle. Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 



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York Hospital. B.S. 1978, Universite Libre de 
Bruxelles (Belgium); M.D. 1982, Universite Libre 
de Bruxelles (Belgium). 

Di Gangi, Mary V. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1960, Cornell University; M.D. 
1964, Yale University School of Medicine. 

DiLello, Edmund Joseph. Clinical Instructor in 
Pediatrics. B.S. 1972, St. Peter's College; M.D. 
1976, Chicago Medical School. 

DiLello, Edmund Joseph. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Pediatrics. M B. 1943, Columbia College; M.D. 
1945, Middlesex University College of Medicine. 

Dillon, David C. Assistant Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1970, 
Canisius College; M.D. 1974, University of 
Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. 

DiMaio-Hunter, Ann Mary. Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1979, Barnard College; M.D. 1983, 
State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Dineen, Peter. Professor of Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon, New York Hospital. Consultant, North 
Shore University Hospital. M.D. 1947, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Dines, David Michael. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Orthopedics). Associate Attending 
Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), North Shore 
University Hospital. Attending Surgeon 
(Orthopedic Surgery), Hospital for Special 
Surgery. B.A. 1970, Lehigh University; M.D. 1974, 
University of Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. 
Medical School. 

Ding, Aihao. Assistant Professor of Medicine. B.S. 
1969, Peking University (China); Ph.D. 1984, 
State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Dinner, Miles H. Assistant Professor of 

Anesthesiology. Instructor of Anesthesiology in 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, 
New York Hospital. Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, 
Queens College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1978, Cornell University Medical College. 

Dittmar, Klaus. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. M.D. 1957, University 
of Heidelberg (West Germany). 

Dittmar, Steffi. Assistant Professor of Clinical 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1960, Duesseldorf 
Medical Academy (West Germany). 

Dmitrovsky, Ethan. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Assistant Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. A.B. 1976, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1980, Cornell University Medical College. 

Doherty, John Henry. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery (Orthopedics). Attending Surgeon 
(Orthopedic Surgery), New York Hospital. 
Attending Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
B.A. 1945, College of the Holy Cross; M.D. 1949, 
New York Medical College. 



Doherty, Robert J. Clinical Instructor of Dentistry in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1963, New York University; D.D.S. 1969, 
New York University College of Dentistry. 

Doller, Jane B. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1977, State University of New York 
at Binghamton; M.D. 1981 , State University of 
New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Dominiak, George Marion. Clinical Instructor in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

B. A. 1976, Haverford College; M.D. 1980, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Donatelli, Anthony. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1973, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1980, University of Bologna 
(Italy). 

Donnenfeld, Eric D. Clinical Instructor in 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
A.B. 1977, Dartmouth College; M.D. 1980, 
Dartmouth Medical School. 

Donovan, Virginia Marilyn. Clinical Assistant 

Professor of Pathology. B.A. 1976, Johns Hopkins 
University; M.D. 1981, Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine. 

Donson, Nathaniel. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1958. Cornell University; M.D. 
1962, New York University School of Medicine. 

Dorfman, Sally Faith. Assistant Professor of 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1971, Radcliffe College; M.S. 1976, 
Stanford University; M.D. 1976, Stanford 
University School of Medicine. 

Douglas, R. Gordon, Jr. E. Hugh Luckey 

Distinguished Professor of Medicine (chairman). 
Physician-in-Chief, New York Hospital. Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Consultant, North Shore University 
Hospital. A.B. 1955, Princeton University; M.D. 
1959, Cornell University Medical College. 

Douglas, R. Gordon, Sr. Professor Emeritus of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Honorary Staff, New 
York Hospital. M.D.C.M. 1924, McGill University 
College of Medicine (Canada). 

Downey, Margaret Kelly. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1976, Scripps College; 
M.D. 1981, Chicago Medical School. 

Doyle, Thomas Leonard, Jr. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1946, 
Fordham University; M.D. 1949, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Draper, John W. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 

Surgery. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1927, Dartmouth College; M.D. 1931, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Drayer, Dennis E. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Clinical Pharmacology. Adjunct Associate 
Professor of Chemistry in Medicine. B.S. 1966, 
Brooklyn College. City University of New York; 
Ph.D. 1971 , University of Delaware. 



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Dresdale, Robert Jay. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1968, Brown 
University; M.D. 1972, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Drewnowski, Adam. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. B.A. 1970, Oxford 
University (United Kingdom); M.A. 1971, Oxford 
University (United Kingdom); Ph.D. 1977, 
Rockefeller University. 

Drexler, Andrew Jay. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1968, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1972, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Dreyfus, Cheryl F. Associate Research Professor of 
Neuroscience. B.S. 1967, University of Vermont: 
M.S. 1969, Cornell University; Ph.D. 1976. Cornell 
University. 

Dreyfus, Joseph Claude, III. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Medicine. Assistant Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1957, Lehigh 
University; M.D. 1968, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Driscoll, Mary Catherine. Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1968, Fairleigh Dickinson 
University; M.D. 1974, Medical College of 
Pennsylvania. 

Dropkm, Lloyd Richard. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1966, Cornell University; M.D. 1970, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Drusin, Lewis Martin. Professor of Clinical Public 
Health. Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1960, Union College; M.D. 1964, 
Cornell University Medical College; M.P.H. 1974, 
Columbia University. 

Druzin, Maurice Leslie. Associate Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Professor 
of Obstetrics and Gynecology in Radiology. 
Associate Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 
1970. University of Witwatersrand (South Africa). 

Dubro, Alan Frazier. Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1980, Clark University; M.A. 1982, 
University of Arizona; Ph.D. 1986, University of 
Arizona. 

Dulit, Rebecca Ann. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1985, Mount Sinai School of 
Medicine. 

Dunbar, Charles Robert. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Surgery (Orthopedics). Attending Surgeon, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1950, 
Georgetown University; M.D. 1954, Georgetown 
University School of Medicine 

Dunbar, Howard Stanford. Clinical Professor Emeritus 
of Surgery (Neurosurgery). Honorary Staff, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1941, Cornell University; M.D. 
1944, Cornell University Medical College. 

Duncan, Eva. Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Adjunct, Lenox Hill Hospital. M.D. 1980, Hebrew 
University Hadassah Medical School (Israel). 



Dunietz, Jack. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist. New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1972. Cornell University; M.D. 
1976, St. Louis University School of Medicine. 

Dupuis, Andre. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1957, University of Montreal 
(Canada); M.D. 1962, University of Montreal 
Faculty of Medicine (Canada). 

Dusenbury, Linda Anne. Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Public Health. B.A. 1981, University 
of Vermont; M.A. 1982, University of Vermont; 
Ph.D. 1984, University of Vermont. 

Dutta, Purabi. Assistant Professor of Nutrition in 
Medicine. B.S 1970, Dacca Medical College 
(Bangladesh); M.S. 1972, Medical College of 
Pennsylvania; Ph.D. 1976, University of Missouri. 

duVigneaud, Vincent, Jr. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1955, Cornell University; M.D. 
1959, Cornell University Medical College 

Dworetzky, Murray. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. A.B. 1938, University of Pennsylvania; 
M.D. 1942, Long Island College of Medicine; M.S. 
1950, University of Minnesota. 

Dyson, Anne E. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1969, New York University; M.D. 1977, New 
York Medical College. 

Dziewanowska, Zofia E. Adjunct Assistant Professor 
of Psychiatry. M.D. 1963. Academy of Medicine, 
Szczecin (Poland); Ph.D. 1969, Academy of 
Medicine, Wroclaw (Poland). 

Easton, Joan Gay. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1953, Syracuse 
University; M.D. 1957, New York Medical College. 

Ebenstein, Judith. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1970, 
Radcliffe College; M.D. 1974, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Ebrahimzadeh. Adeleh. Adjunct Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Ph.D. 1965. University of Cologne 
(West Germany). 

Edelman, Martin J. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Associate Attending Roentgenologist. Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1956. 
Cornell University; M.D. 1960. Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Edelson, Paul J. Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 
Associate Professor of Pediatrics in Microbiology. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1964, University of Rochester; M.D. 
1969. State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Edelson, Stuart R. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1955. New York University; 
M.D. 1959. University of Louisville School of 
Medicine. 

Edelstein, Barbara Fiedler. Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1952, 



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Bucknell University; M.D. 1960, Hahnemann 
Medical College. 

Edelstein. David Robert. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Otorhinolaryngologist, 
Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. A.B. 
1976, Princeton University; M.D. 1980, Boston 
University School of Medicine. 

Edelstein, Martin Peter. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1965, McGill University 
(Canada); M.D. CM. 1971, McGill University 
College of Medicine (Canada). 

Eden, Alvin N. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1948, Columbia College; M.D. 
1952, Boston University School of Medicine. 

Edersheim, Terri Gallen. Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1976, Barnard College; M.D. 1980, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Edis, Gloria T. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1959, Cornell University; M.D. 
1963. New York University School of Medicine. 

Edmundson, Richard H. Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1970, Vanderbilt University; 
M.D. 1974, Vanderbilt University School of 
Medicine. 

Edwards, Adrian L. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1955, Wagner College; M.D. 
1960, Howard University College of Medicine. 

Edwards-Freeman, Christine F. Clinical Instructor in 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1980, Barnard College; M.D. 1985, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Egelman, Alan David. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 

B.A. 1972, Columbia University; M.D. 1977, New 

York University School of Medicine. 
Eger, David J. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 

Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York 

Hospital. B.A. 1967, Wesleyan University; Ph.D. 

1980, University of Michigan. 
Ehlers, Kathryn Hawes. Professor of Pediatrics. 

Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 

Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 

Cancer Center. A.B. 1953, Bryn Mawr College; 

M.D. 1957, Cornell University Medical College. 
Ehrenberg, Martin. Clinical Instructor in 

Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 

Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, 

Yeshiva University; M.D. 1977, Johns Hopkins 

University School of Medicine. 
Ehrenpreis, Robin Ostrowitz. Assistant Professor of 

Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, North 

Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1977, Cornell 



University; M.D. 1981, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Ehrlich, Alvin N. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center A.B. 1956, 
Lafayette College; M.D. 1960, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Ehrlich, Leonard I. Clinical Professor of Pediatrics. 
Honorary Staff, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.S. 1934, City College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1938, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Ehrlich, Michelle E. Assistant Professor of Neurology 
and Neuroscience. Assistant Professor of 
Neurology in Pediatrics. Assistant Attending 
Neurologist, New York Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1973. Brown University; M.D. 1978, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Eibl-Sebestyen, Martha. Adjunct Associate Professor 
of Biochemistry. M.D. 1955, University of Vienna 
(Austria). 

Eichler, Milton. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Associate Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
M.D. 1949, Tulane University School of Medicine. 

Eid, Jean-Francois. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1976, Brown University; M.D. 1982, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Eidelberg, David M. Assistant Professor of Neurology. 
Assistant Attending Neurologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1977, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1981, Harvard Medical School. 

Embinder, Eli. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1965, McGill University 
(Canada); M.D.C.M. 1967, McGill University 
College of Medicine (Canada). 

Eisen, Arthur. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1953, New York 
University; M.D. 1957, Chicago Medical School. 

Eisenberg, M. Michael. Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, Lenox Hill Hospital. A.B. 
1952, New York University; M.D. 1956, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Eisenberg, Morton S. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1941, Temple University; M.D. 
1944, Temple University School of Medicine. 

Eisenman, Sheldon. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1955, New York University; 
M.D. 1959, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Eisenmenger, William Joseph. Clinical Professor 
Emeritus of Medicine. B.S. 1937, Fordham 
University; M.D. 1941, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Eisenstadt, Katie. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1963, 
Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
M.S. 1967, Brooklyn College, City University of 
New York; Ph.D. 1980, Fordham University. 



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Eisma, Alejandro Albarracin. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Attending Physician, LaGuardia 
Hospital. A. A. 1962, University of Santo Tomas 
(Philippines); M.D. 1968, University of Santo 
Tomas (Philippines). 

El-Dorry, Hamza AN. Visiting Assistant Professor of 
Biochemistry. B.S. 1966, University of Alexandria 
(Egypt); Ph.D. 1972, University of Sao Paulo 
(Brazil). 

Elias, Arthur Charles. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending 
Oral Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.A. 1963, 
Brandeis University; D.M.D. 1967, Harvard 
University. 

Elice, Michael Warren. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1973, Syracuse 
University; M.D. 1976, Chicago Medical School. 

Elkabes, Stela. Instructor in Neuroscience. B.S. 1977, 
Bogazici University (Turkey); M.B.A. 1980, 
Weitzmann Institute of Science (Israel); Ph.D. 
1986, Weitzmann Institute of Science (Israel). 

Elkon, Keith B. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1974, University of 
Witwatersrand (South Africa). 

Ellenbogen, Leon. Adjunct Professor of Nutrition in 
Medicine. B.S. 1949, City College, City University 
of New York; M.S. 1 951 , New York University; 
Ph.D. 1954, Indiana University. 

Ellis, George Caldwell. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1970, Brown University; M.D. 1974, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Ellis, John Taylor. David D. Thompson Professor of 
Pathology (chairman). Pathologist-in-Chief, New 
York Hospital. Attending Pathologist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Consultant, 
Jamaica Hospital. B.A. 1942, University of Texas; 
M.D. 1945, Northwestern University Medical 
School. 

Ellsworth, Robert M. Professor of Ophthalmology. 
Attending Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. 
Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. A.B. 1948, Princeton University; 
M.D. 1952, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Elster, Paula Gail. Clinical Instructor in Public Health. 
B.S. 1974, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 
M.D. 1979, Cornell University Medical College; 
M.P.H. 1981, Johns Hopkins University. 

Engel, Murray. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Neurology. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. Assistant Attending Neurologist, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1968, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1972, University of 
Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. 

Englander, Glenn Howard. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine (Courtesy). Assistant Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1977, State 
University of New York at Buffalo; M.D. 1982, 
University of Vermont College of Medicine. 

Engle, Mary Allen. Stavros S. Niarchos Professor of 
Pediatric Cardiology. Professor of Pediatrics. 



Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1942, Baylor University; M.D. 
1945, Johns Hopkins University School of 
Medicine. 

Engle, Ralph Landis, Jr. Professor of Medicine. 
Professor of Public Health. Attending Physician, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1942, University of 
Florida; M.D. 1945, Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine. 

English, Joseph T. Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry. 

A. B. 1954, St. Joseph's University; M.D. 1958, 
Jefferson Medical College. 

Enker, Warren Edward. Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1962, Yeshiva 
University; M.D. 1967, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Enscoe, Ingegerd. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Senior Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. 
M.D. 1976, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Enu, Christopher C. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 

B. S. 1965, Holy Cross College of Massachusetts; 
M.D. 1969, Albany Medical College. 

Epstein, Joseph A. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Honorary Staff, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1938, City College, City University 
of New York; M.D. 1942, Long Island College of 
Medicine. 

Epstein, Mark David. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1981, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Epstein, Nancy E. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1972, Barnard 
College; M.D. 1976, Columbia University College 
of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Epstein, Shah Beth. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1979, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1983, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Ergun, Gulchin A. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1979, Case Western Reserve University; M.D. 
1984, Case Western Reserve University School of 
Medicine. 

Erlandson, Robert A. Associate Professor of 
Pathology. Attending Electron Microscopist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1959, New York University; M.S. 1963, Long 
Island University; Ph.D. 1969, Cornell University. 

Erlanger, Herbert L. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1945, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1949, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Erlanger, Steven M. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Senior Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital B.A. 1964, Johns Hopkins 
University; M.D. 1968, New York Medical College. 



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Erie. Henry Ralph. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician. New York Hospital A.B. 

1950. Cornell University; M.D. 1954. Cornell 
University Medical College 

Erlebacher. Jay Allen. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician. New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1971, Rensselaer Polytechnic 
Institute: M.S. 1971, Rensselaer Polytechnic 
Institute: M.D. 1975. State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Ernst. Alfred Richard. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon. Mary Immaculate 
Hospital. Attending Surgeon. Jamaica Hospital. 
M.D. 1941. Long Island College of Medicine. 

Errico, Michael J. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
Associate Attending Surgeon. North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1961. Yale University; 
M.D. 1965. Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Esernio-Jenssen. Debra. Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician. North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A 1977, State University of 
New York at Binghamton; M.D. 1982. University of 
Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. 

Esman. Aaron H. Professor of Clinical Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist. New York Hospital. B.A 
1945. Cornell University: M.D. 1947, Cornell 
University Medical College 

Espinoza. Jesus Isabel. Clinical Instructor in 

Pediatrics. Clinical Affiliate. New York Hospital. 
M.D 1964. University of San Marcos (Peru). 

Etingin, Orli R. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician. New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1975. Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 1980. 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Ettinger. Edwin. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician. New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1955. Columbia University; 
M.D. 1962. Cornell University Medical College. 

Evanov. Frank A. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician. North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1970. Fordham 
University: M.D. 1974. New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Evans. John Arthur. Professor Emeritus of Radiology. 
Attending Radiologist. New York Hospital. 
Consultant. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Consultant. North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1931, New York University: M.D. 
1935. Cornell University Medical College. 

Evinger. Marian J. Assistant Professor of 

Neuroscience. B.S. 1973, University of Georgia; 
Ph.D. 1978. University of Washington. 

Ewing. Kenneth Anthony. Clinical Instructor in 

Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1955. 
University of San Carlos (Guatemala): M.D. 1963. 
University of San Carlos (Guatemala). 

Exelby. Philip Randall. Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. Attending Pediatric Surgeon. 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 

1951. The Queen's College (United Kingdom); 
M A 1952. The Queen s College (United 



Kingdom). M B B.Ch 1954. University College 

Hospital Medical School (United Kingdom). 
Faga. Aldo R Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 

Affiliate. New York Hospital M.D. 1958. University 

of Rome (Italy). 
Fagin, James Clifford. Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 

University Hospital B.A. 1969. Cornell University; 

M.D. 1976, University of Brussels (Belgium). 
Fahey. Thomas Joseph. Jr. Associate Dean. 

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

Attending Physician. Memorial Sloan-Kettering 

Cancer Center. Associate Attending Physician. 

New York Hospital. B.A. 1955. Fordham 

University; M.D. 1959. Cornell University Medical 

College. 

Fair, William Robert. Professor of Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Attending Surgeon (Urology). New York 
Hospital B.S. 1956. Philadelphia College of 
Pharmacology and Science: M.D. 1960, Jefferson 
Medical College. 

Fairclough. Gordon Franklin. Jr. Associate Dean 
Associate Professor of Clinical Biochemistry. 
Associate Professor of Clinical Biochemistry in 
Pathology. B.A. 1960, Yale University: Ph.D. 
1966. Yale University. 

Falck-Pedersen. Erik S. Assistant Professor of 
Microbiology. B.A. 1976. North Central College: 
Ph.D. 1982. University of Illinois, Chicago Circle. 

Falcone. Domenick J. Assistant Professor of 

Pathology. Assistant Professor of Cell Biology and 
Anatomy. B.A. 1975. Queens College. City 
University of New York: Ph.D. 1981. Cornell 
University. 

Falk. George Alan. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine Associate Attending Physician. New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1960. Harvard University: 
M.D. 1964, Harvard Medical School. 

Fallowes. Lloyd. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician. North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S 1955. University of 
Rochester; M.D. 1959. University of Rochester 
School of Medicine and Dentistry. 

Farahani. Gholamali. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist. North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1965. University of 
Teheran (Iran). 

Farber. Bruce F. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Pnysician. North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1974. Northwestern 
University: M.D. 1976. Northwestern University 
Medical School. 

Farber. Charles. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician. North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1975. New York 
University; M.D. 1978. State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Farber. Stanley. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician. North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1945. Columbia 
University: M.D. 1948. New York Medical College. 

Farmer. Peter Michael. Assistant Professor of 
Pathology. Attending Pathologist. North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1965. University of 



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Pennsylvania; M.D. 1969, Jefferson Medical 
College. 

Farr, Hollon Woodhull. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Surgery. Emeritus Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. Honorary Staff, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1939, Yale University; M.D. 1942, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Farrat, Jorge Adalberto. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Catholic Medical Center of Brooklyn and Queens. 
B.S. 1977, Hunter College. City University of New 
York; M.D. 1981, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Fastenberg, David Michael. Adjunct Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Ophthalmology. Senior Assistant 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1973, State University of New York 
at Stony Brook; M.D. 1976, New York Medical 
College. 

Fath, Robert B., Jr. Clinical Instructor of Medicine in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. A.B. 1973, Kenyon College; M.D. 
1978, University of Mississippi School of 
Medicine. 

Fatica, Nunzia. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. B.S. 1972, University 
of Pavia (Italy); M.D. 1976, University of Pavia 
(Italy). 

Feder, Samuel L. Professor Emeritus of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1937, Harvard University; M.D. 1941. 
Harvard Medical School. 

Feigelson, Carolyn. Clinical Instructor of Psychology 
in Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1960, Brandeis University; Ph.D. 
1972, University of Chicago. 

Fein, Sidney. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.S. 1977, City 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1982, 
Cetec University (Dominican Republic). 

Feinberg, Arthur W. Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1943, Columbia University; M.D. 
1945, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Feinberg, Daniel. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1958, Tufts University; M.D. 
1962, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

Feinberg, Halbert J. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1972, Queens College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1976, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Feinberg, Joseph. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Plastic Surgery). Assistant Attending 
Surgeon (Plastic Surgery), New York Hospital. 
Senior Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1969, Cornell University; 
M.D. 1973, Cornell University Medical College. 



Feinstein, Steven David Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1962, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1966, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Feit, Sheila. Clinical Instructor in Medicine (Courtesy). 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1976, Wesleyan University; M.D. 1980, 
Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Feldschuh, Joseph. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician. New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1957, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1961, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Felice, Alfred James. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist. North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1955, Cornell University; 
M.D. 1959, Cornell University Medical College. 

Felix, Juan C. Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Assistant Attending Pathologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1980, Columbia University; M.D. 
1984, Cornell University Medical College. 

Felsen, Diane. Associate Research Professor of 
Pharmacology in Surgery. B.A. 1974, Queens 
College, City University of New York; Ph.D. 1979, 
Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Fensterheim, Herbert. Clinical Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Attending Psychologist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1941, New York 
University; M.A. 1942, Columbia University; Ph.D. 
1958, New York University. 

Fenton, Arnold N. Edie and Marvin Schur 
Distinguished Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1941, Lafayette College; M.D. 1944, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Ferenc, Michael Joseph. Clinical Assistant Professor 

of Pathology. B.S. 1977, University of Texas, 

Arlington; M.D 1981 , University of Texas Health 

Sciences Center, Dallas. 
Fernandez, Jose Luis. Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 

B.S. 1979, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 

M.D. 1984, New York University School of 

Medicine. 

Ferrari, Lynne Roberta. Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1977, Brown University; M.D. 
1981 , New York Medical College. 

Ferrier, Alan John. Visiting Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. M.B.B.S. 1978, University of Sydney 
(Australia). 

Ferry, John Joseph, Jr. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1973, Brown University; M.D. 
1976, Brown University Program in Medicine; 
M.B.A. 1982, University of Pennsylvania. 

Feuer, Ezra H. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1970, 
Yeshiva University; M.D. 1974, New York Medical 
College. 



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Fiamengo, Steven Allen. Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Instructor in Pharmacology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1976, Columbia University; M.D. 
1980, Cornell University Medical College. 

Fidel, Neil. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 

Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.S. 1962, St. Lawrence University; M.D. 1967, 
Chicago Medical School. 

Fields, Theodore Robert. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. Assistant Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1972. 
Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1976, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Figgie, Mark Phillips. Instructor in Surgery 

(Orthopedics). Assistant Attending Surgeon. New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1977, Bucknell University; 
B.S. 1978, Lake Erie College; M.D. 1981. Case 
Western Reserve University School of Medicine. 

Filippa. Daniel Alberto. Assistant Professor of 
Pathology. Associate Attending Pathologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center M D 
1963, Faculty of Medicine Nacional de Cordoba 
(Argentina). 

Filkin, Anne-Marie. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1976. Pace University; M.D. 1980, New York 
Medical College. 

Fine, Jerome L. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist. New York Hospital. B.A. 1950, New 
York University; M A 1958, Columbia University, 
Teachers College; Ph.D. 1964, Columbia 
University. 

Finger, Paul Theodore. Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending Surgeon, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1978, 
Tulane University; M.D. 1982, Tulane University 
School of Medicine. 

Finkbeiner, John A. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1939, University of Pittsburgh; M.D. 1942, 
Western Reserve University. 

Finkel, Madelon Lubin. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Public Health. B.A. 1971 , New York University; 
Ph.D. 1980, New York University. 

Fmkelstein, Jerome Lee. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New 
York Hospital. Assistant Attending Physician, 
Jamaica Hospital. B.A. 1972, New York 
University; M.D. 1976, George Washington 
University School of Medicine. 

Finkelstein, Joseph. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1970, 
Hofstra University; M.D. 1974, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Firpo-Betancourt, Adolfo. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Pathology. Associate Attending 
Pathologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1972, Long 
Island University; M.D. 1976, State University of 
New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 



Fischbarg, Zulema F. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1960, University of Buenos 
Aires Faculty of Medicine (Argentina). 

Fischer, Mary Ellen Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1969, State University of 
New York at Albany; M.D. 1978, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Fischman, Donald Alan. Harvey Klein Professor of 
Biomedical Sciences. Professor of Cell Biology 
and Anatomy (chairman). B.A. 1957, Kenyon 
College; M.D. 1961, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Fischman, Lawrence Gerson. Clinical Instructor in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1977. Stanford University; M.D. 1981, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Fish, Lawrence Allen. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Urology). Associate Attending Surgeon, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1964, Alfred 
University; M.S. 1966, Adelphi University; M.D. 
1972, University of Bologna (Italy). 

Fishbein, Susan. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. B.A. 
1978, Barnard College; M.D. 1982. State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Fisher, Jeffrey David. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1972, Cornell University; M.D. 
1976, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Fisher. Martin Mandell Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician. North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1972. Brandeis 
University; M.D. 1975. Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Fisher, Stanley Ellis. Associate Professor of 

Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician. North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1966, Johns Hopkins 
University; M.D. 1969. Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine. 

Fisher. Yale Lloyd. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital A.B. 1964, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1967, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Fishier. Priscilla H. Instructor of Psychology in 

Psychiatry. B.A. 1976, Sarah Lawrence College; 
M.A. 1983, Yeshiva University; Ph.D. 1985, 
Yeshiva University. 

Fishman, Baruch. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital.' B.A. 1979, 
Concordia University (Canada); Ph.D. 1984, 
University of Pennsylvania. 

Fishman, Patricia M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pathology. Assistant Attending Pathologist. New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1976, University of Windsor 
(Canada); M.D. 1980, University of Illinois College 
of Medicine. 

Fishman, Taryn. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate. New York Hospital. B.A. 1980. New York 
University; M.D. 1984. New York Medical College. 



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Fitzgerald, Michael Patrick. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Pediatrics. Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1974, 
Fordham University; M.D. 1978, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Fitzgerald, Patrick J. Visiting Professor of Pathology. 
B.S. 1936, University of Massachusetts; M.D. 

1940, Tufts University School of Medicine; M.A. 

1968. Oxford University (United Kingdom). 
Fitzgerald, Robert J. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 

and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. A.B. 1956, Fordham University; M.D. 
1960, New York Medical College. 

Fitzpatnck, Mary M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1963, 
Manhattanville College; M.A. 1965, Syracuse 
University; Ph.D. 1974, New York University. 

Flach, Frederic Francis. Adjunct Associate Professor 
of Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1947, St. Peter's College; M.D. 
1951, Cornell University Medical College. 

Flamenbaum, Helen S. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, 
Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1978, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Flehinger, Betty Jeanne. Adjunct Professor of 
Biostatistics in Public Health. Consultant, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 

1941, Barnard College; M.A. 1942, Cornell 
University; Ph.D. 1960, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Flint, George W. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Senior Assistant Attending Surgeon, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1941, Ohio 
State University; M.D. 1944, Long Island College 
of Medicine. 

Flombaum, Carlos David. Assistant Professor of 
Clinical Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 

1969, University of Buenos Aires Faculty of 
Medicine (Argentina). 

Flomenberg, Neal. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1974, Pennsylvania 
State University; M.D. 1976, Jefferson Medical 
College. 

Florio, Francis Edward. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1971, St. John's University; 
M.D. 1975, New York Medical College. 

Flye, Barbara Lee. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1966, Beloit College; M.A. 1967, 
University of California, Los Angeles; Ph.D. 1974, 
Columbia University. 

Flynn, Ellen Frances. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1972, 
Barnard College; M.D. 1977, Tufts University 
School of Medicine. 

Flynn, John Thomas. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1937, Fordham University; M.D. 1942, 
Cornell University Medical College. 



Flynn, Patrick A. Instructor in Pediatrics. Pediatrician, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1982, Villanova 
University; M.D. 1986, University of Maryland 
School of Medicine. 

Flynn, William F. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhmolaryngologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1956, Fordham University; M.D. 1960, New York 
Medical College. 

Foley, Kathleen M. Professor of Neurology and 
Neuroscience. Associate Professor of 
Pharmacology. Attending Neurologist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Attending 
Neurologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1965, St. 
John's College; M.D. 1969, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Foley, William Thomas. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1933. Columbia University; M.D. 
1937, Cornell University Medical College. 

Fong, Dunne. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 

Microbiology in Medicine. B.S. 1973, University of 
Massachusetts, Amherst; M.A. 1975, Princeton 
University; Ph.D. 1979, Princeton University. 

Fong, Jill. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1979, Cornell University; M.D. 
1984, Cornell University Medical College. 

Fontenla, Doracy P. Assistant Professor of Physics in 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Physicist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1958, University of Rio De Janeiro (Brazil); M.S. 
1964, University of Cuyo (Argentina); Ph.D. 1967, 
University of Cuyo (Argentina). 

Forkner, Claude Ellis, Sr. Clinical Professor Emeritus 
of Medicine. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1922, University of California, Berkeley; M.A. 
1923, University of California, Berkeley; M.D. 
1926, Harvard Medical School. 

Fornari, Victor M. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Senior Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North 
Shore University Hospital. Senior Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1974, Cornell University; M.S. 
1975, Columbia University; M.D. 1979, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Fort, Pavel F. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1969, Charles 
University, Prague (Czechoslovakia). 

Fortner, Joseph Gerald. Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. M.D. 1945, University of Illinois 
College of Medicine; M.S. 1965, University of 
Birmingham (United Kingdom). 

Fortunoff, Stephen. Adjunct Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Surgery. B.A. 1955, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1958, Tulane University School of 
Medicine. 

Fotino, Marilena. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Biochemistry. M.D. 1951, Institute of Medicine, 
Bucharest (Rumania); Ph.D. 1965, Institute of 
Medicine, Bucharest (Rumania). 

Fox, Alissa Benimoff. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1976, 



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Smith College; M.D. 1980, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Fracchia, Alfred Andrew, Clinical Associate Professor 
of Surgery Senior Attending Surgeon, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, B S. 1937, 
Villanova University; M.D. 1941, Georgetown 
University School of Medicine. 

Fracchia, John Alfred. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery (Urology). Associate Attending Surgeon 
(Urology), New York Hospital. B.S. 1968, Belmont 
Abbey College; M.D. 1973, University of Medicine 
and Dentistry of N J.. N. J Medical School. 

Frances, Allen J. Professor of Psychiatry. Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital B.A 1963, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1967, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Francus, Tova. Associate Research Professor of 
Immunology in Medicine. M.S. 1 961 . Hebrew 
University Hadassah Medical School (Israel); 
Ph.D. 1972, Columbia University. 

Frank, William M. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1968, Loras College; 
M.D. 1972. University of Iowa College of 
Medicine. 

Frank, Yitzchak. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Neurology. Attending Neurologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1973, Hebrew University 
Hadassah Medical School (Israel). 

Frankel, Alice Kross. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1949. Oberlm College; M.D. 
1953, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Franklin, John Edward, Jr. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Physiology and Biophysics. Assistant Attending 
Physician. New York Hospital. A.B. 1961, Williams 
College; M.D. 1966, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Franklin, Kenneth William. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1974, Amherst College; M.D. 1978. Harvard 
Medical School. 

Franklin, Steven O. Instructor in Pharmacology. B.S. 
1972. Fordham University; Ph.D. 1980. State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Frankmann, Sandra P. Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. B.A. 1977, Simmons College; Ph.D. 
1984, University of Washington. 

Frantz. Stephen L. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1958. Colgate University; 
M.D. 1962, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Fraser, Richard A R. Professor of Surgery 
(Neurosurgery). Attending Surgeon 
(Neurosurgery), New York Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. M.D. 1961, University of British 
Columbia Faculty of Medicine (Canada). 

Frayer, William Webster. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Pediatrics. Associate Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1966, 



Cornell University; M.S. 1968, Cornell University; 

M.D. 1972, Cornell University Medical College. 
Fredland. Mio M. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 

York Hospital. B.S. 1951, Columbia University; 

M.D. 1961, University of Geneva (Switzerland) 
Freiberger, Robert H Professor of Radiology. 

Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. 

Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 

Center. M.D. 1949, Tufts University School of 

Medicine. 

Freiman, Alvin H. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1947. New York 
University; M.S. 1949. University of Illinois; M.D. 
1953. New York University School of Medicine. 

Freund, Myron Emil. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery Attending Surgeon. North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1955, Princeton 
University; M.D. 1959, New York Medical College. 

Freyberg. Richard Harold. Clinical Professor Emeritus 
of Medicine. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. 
A.B 1926. University of Michigan; M.D. 1930, 
University of Michigan Medical School; M.S. 1935, 
University of Michigan. 

Fried, Allan. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Senior 
Assistant Attending Physician. North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1962. State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Fried, Gregory. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1968, Cornell University; M.D. 
1972, New York University School of Medicine. 

Fried. Maxine Helen. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician. North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1959, New York 
University; M.D 1963. State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Friedman, Lawrence. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist. New York Hospital. Ph.B. 
1949, University of Chicago; M A. 1952, University 
of Chicago; M.D. 1955, Temple University School 
of Medicine. 

Friedman, Richard. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Psychology in Medicine. B.A. 1970, University of 
Connecticut; Ph.D. 1974, State University of New 
York at Stony Brook; Ph.D. 1982, State University 
of New York at Stony Brook. 

Friedman. Richard Alan. Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate. New York Hospital. B.A. 1978. 
Duke University; M.D. 1982. Rutgers State 
University Medical School. 

Friedman. Stanford B. Professor of Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician. North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1953, Antioch College; M.D. 1957, 
University of Rochester School of Medicine and 
Dentistry. 

Friedman, Steven G. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. B.A. 1976. Queens College. City 
University of New York; M.D. 1980, University of 
Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. 

Friedman, Steven Michael. Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. Associate Attending 
Physician. New York Hospital. B.A. 1968, 



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Princeton University; M.D. 1972, Cornell 
University Medical College. 
Frindt. Gustavo F. Associate Research Professor of 
Physiology and Biophysics. B.A 1959, Catholic 
University of Chile Medical School (Chile); M.D. 
1963, Catholic University of Chile Medical School 
(Chile). 

Frogel, Marvin Philip. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1957, Bowdoin College; 
M.D. 1963, University of Geneva (Switzerland). 

Fromberg, Vivian. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1946, Western Reserve 
University; M.D. 1951, Women's Medical College 
of Pennsylvania. 

Frosch, William A. Professor of Psychiatry. Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. Adjunct Attending 
Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
A.B. 1953, Columbia University; M.D. 1957, New 
York University School of Medicine. 

Fuchs, Fritz Friedrich. Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1944, Copenhagen University Faculty of 
Medicine (Denmark); D.M.Sc. 1957, Copenhagen 
University Faculty of Medicine (Denmark). 

Fuchs, Richard Martin. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1972, Yale University; M.D. 
1976, Harvard Medical School. 

Fuchs, S. Anna-Riitta. Professor of Reproductive 
Biology in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Professor 
of Reproductive Biology in Physiology and 
Biophysics. M.S. 1950, University of Helsinki 
(Finland); D.M.Sc. 1978, Copenhagen University 
Faculty of Medicine (Denmark). 

Fuks, Zvi Yechiel. Professor of Radiation Oncology in 
Medicine. Attending Radiation Oncologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. M.D. 
1960, Hebrew University Hadassah Medical 
School (Israel). 

Funk, Mark E. Associate Librarian. B.A. 1971, 
University of Missouri; B.S. 1973, University of 
Missouri; M.A. 1976, University of Missouri. 

Furie, Richard Alan. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. Assistant Attending Physician, 
New York Hospital. A.B. 1974, Cornell University; 
M.D. 1979, Cornell University Medical College. 

Furneaux, Henry Morrice. Assistant Professor of 
Molecular Biology in Neuroscience. B.S. 1975, 
University of Aberdeen (United Kingdom); Ph.D. 
1978, University of Aberdeen (United Kingdom}. 

Fyer, Minna Rebecca. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1974, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1980, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Gabay, Joelle Eleonore. Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. M.S. 1971, University of Paris (France); 
Ph.D. 1983, University of Paris (France). 

Gabel, Stewart. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1964, Rutgers State University; 



M.D. 1968, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 

Yeshiva University. 
Gabrilove, Janice Lynn. Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, 

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 

1973, Goucher College; M.D. 1977, Mount Sinai 

School of Medicine. 
Gadalla, Farida M F. Assistant Professor of 

Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, New 

York Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1974, University of 

Alexandria (Egypt). 
Gadsby, David Christopher. Adjunct Assistant 

Professor of Physiology and Biophysics. B.A. 

1969, Cambridge University (United Kingdom); 
M.A. 1973, Cambridge University (United 
Kingdom); Ph.D. 1978, University of London 
(United Kingdom). 

Gaines, Eleonore Ruth. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1975, Mount Holyoke College; M.D. 1979, 
State University of New York at Buffalo School of 
Medicine. 

Galbraith, Richard Anthony. Adjunct Assistant 
Professor of Medicine. M.B. 1971, University of 
London (United Kingdom); M.B. B.S. 1974, King 
Street College Hospital Medical School (United 
Kingdom); Ph.D. 1981, Medical University of 
South Carolina. 

Galicich, Joseph H., Jr. Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. Associate Attending Surgeon 
(Neurosurgery), New York Hospital. B.A. 1954, 
Stanford University; M.D. 1957, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Gallagher, Pamela Marie. Clinical Instructor in 
Surgery (Plastic Surgery). Associate Attending 
Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 

1970, Hofstra University; M.D. 1974, University of 
Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. 

Gallagher, Richard Eugene. Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1972, Princeton University; 
M.D. 1981 , State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Galvin, Gerald Michael. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Dental and Oral). Associate Attending 
Dentist (Prosthodontist), New York Hospital. B.S. 
1952, St. John's College; D.D.S. 1956, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Gamache, Francis W., Jr. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon 
(Neurosurgery), New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, 
Wesleyan University; M.D. 1972, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Gandy, Samuel Evans. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Neurology. Assistant Attending Neurologist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1976, Baptist College at 
Charleston; M.D. 1982, Medical University of 
South Carolina; Ph.D. 1982, Medical University of 
South Carolina. 

Ganeles, Robert I. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1950, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1954, Baylor 
College of Medicine. 



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Gansbacher, Bernd. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Assistant Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. M.D. 1976, University of 
Innsbruck Medical School (Austria). 

Gao, Jing. Visiting Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
M.D. 1984, Dalian Medical College (China). 

Garber, Perry F. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Associate Attending Surgeon, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1964, 
Queens College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1968, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Gardner, Charles. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1972, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1979, University of Kentucky College of 
Medicine. 

Gardner, Daniel. Professor of Physiology and 

Biophysics. A.B. 1966, Columbia University; Ph.D. 
1971, New York University. 

Gardstein, Henry Francis, Jr. Clinical Instructor in 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1966, Franklin and 
Marshall College; M.D. 1970, George Washington 
University School of Medicine. 

Gardy, Martin. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Physician, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. B.S. 1956, City College. City 
University of New York; M.D. 1960, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Gareen, Diane Brody. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1949, New York University; M.D. 1953, New 
York Medical College 

Garfinkel, Burton. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1952, State University of 
New York at Buffalo; M.D. 1956, Chicago Medical 
School. 

Garfinkle, B. Milton. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1941 , University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D. 1943, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Garg, Vinod Kumar. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Attending Physician, Catholic Medical Center of 
Brooklyn and Queens. B.S. 1970, M.S. College 
Saharanpur (India); M.B.B.S. 1975, S.N. Medical 
College Agra (India). 

Gass, Jerald D. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Biochemistry. B.S. 1957, University of Oklahoma; 
M.S. 1962, Harvard University; Ph.D. 1970, 
Cornell University. 

Gastl, Gunther Alois. Visiting Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Urology). B.A. 1974, University of 
Innsbruck (Austria); M.B.A. 1976, University of 
Innsbruck (Austria); M.D. 1978, University of 
Innsbruck Medical School (Austria). 

Gaston, James P. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1954, Bowdoin College; M.D. 1958, McGill 
University College of Medicine (Canada). 



Gause, Ralph Williamson. Clinical Professor Emeritus 
of Obstetrics and Gynecology. A.B. 1926, 
University of Texas; M.D. 1930, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Gaylin, Sheldon. Professor of Clinical Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. Ph.B. 
1949, University of Chicago; M.D. 1953, Western 
Reserve University. 

Gaynor, Mitchell Lee. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1978, University of Texas; 
M.D. 1982, University of Texas Southwestern 
Medical School. 

Gee, Timothy S. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1956, University of 
California, Berkeley; M.D. 1960, University of 
California, San Francisco, School of Medicine. 

Geisen, Lee. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Senior Psychologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1964, Middlebury 
College; M A. 1975, Adelphi University; Ph.D. 
1980, Adelphi University. 

Geiss, Alan Charles. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1966, Alfred University; 
M.D. 1970, Chicago Medical School. 

Geller, Nancy Lorch. Assistant Professor of Public 
Health. Associate Attending Biostatistician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1965, City College, City University of New York; 
M.S. 1967, Case Institute of Technology; Ph.D. 
1972, Case Western Reserve University. 

Gelmont, David M. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1975, Hebrew University Hadassah Medical 
School (Israel). 

Gentin, Benjamin. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1955, 
University of Witwatersrand (South Africa). 

Georgatos, Eustace G. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. M.D. 1972, Athens University Medical 
School (Greece). 

Geotes, Lambros George. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1980, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Geraci-Ciardullo, Kira Antonia. Clinical Instructor in 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1976, Adelphi University; M.D. 
1980, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Gerba, William M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1971, Fordham 
University; M.D. 1974, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Gerber, Linda M. Assistant Professor of Epidemology 
in Medicine. Assistant Professor of Public Health. 
B.A. 1973, State University of New York at 
Binghamton; M.A. 1976, University of Colorado; 
Ph.D. 1978, University of Colorado. 

Gerling, Barbara Rackow. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 



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York Hospital. B.A. 1977, Cornell University; M.D. 
1980, University of South Florida College of 
Medicine. 

German, James Lafayette, III. Clinical Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1945, Louisiana Polytechnic 
Institute; M.D. 1949, Southwestern Medical 
College. 

Gerold, Frank P. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1942, St. John's 
University; M.D. 1945, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Gershengorn, Marvin Carl. Abby Rockefeller Mauze 
Distinguished Professor of Endocrinology in 
Medicine. Professor of Medicine in Physiology 
and Biophysics. Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1967, City College, City University 
of New York; M.D. 1 971 , New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Gerstein, Hal. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1978, Rensselaer Polytechnic 
Institute; M.D. 1978, Albany Medical College. 

Gertner, Joseph Michael. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Pediatrics. Associate Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. Consultant, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 1964, 
Cambridge University (United Kingdom); M.A. 
1967, Cambridge University (United Kingdom); 
M.B.B.Ch. 1968, Cambridge University Medical 
School (United Kingdom). 

Ghajar, Jamshid. Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Neurosurgery). Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Neurosurgery), New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, 
University of California, Los Angeles; M.A. 1975, 
University of California, Los Angeles; M.D. 1981, 
Cornell University Medical College; Ph.D. 1983, 
Cornell University. 

Gharavi, Azzudin E. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. M.D. 1964, University of Teheran Faculty 
of Medicine (Iran); M.S. 1985, University of 
London (United Kingdom). 

Ghavimi, Fereshteh. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Associate 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. M.D. 
1 961 , University of Teheran (Iran). 

Ghelman, Bernard. Associate Professor of Radiology. 
Attending Radiologist, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Associate Attending Radiologist, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1963, University of Brasilia 
(Brazil). 

Giannandrea, Richard Florian. Clinical Instructor in 
Surgery (Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending 
Dentist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1979, Rutgers 
State University; D.D.S. 1983, Columbia 
University School of Dental and Oral Surgery. 

Giardina, Patricia-Jane Vonna. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Pediatrics. Associate Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. M.D. 1968, New 
York Medical College. 

Gibbs, James G., Jr. Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.S. 



1960, Trinity College; M.D. 1964, Medical 
University of South Carolina. 

Gibofsky, Allan. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Assistant Professor of Public Health. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Physician, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. B.S. 1969, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1973, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Gibson, Gary Eugene. Associate Professor of 
Biochemistry in Neuroscience. B.S. 1968, 
University of Wyoming; Ph.D. 1973, Cornell 
University. 

Gilbert, Bruce. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1970, University of California, 
Berkeley; M.D. 1977, Jefferson Medical College. 

Gilbert, Bruce Raymond. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1973, University of Bridgeport; M.S. 
1973, University of Bridgeport; M.S. 1977, New 
York Medical College; Ph.D. 1978, New York 
Medical College; M.D. 1983, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Gilbert, Fred. Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1962, Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology; M.D. 1966, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Gilbert, Michael L. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Honorary Staff, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1940, Washington and Lee 
University; M.D. 1944, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Gilder, Helena. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Visiting Scientist, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. A.B. 1935, Vassar College; M.D. 1940, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Gilder, Rodman. Adjunct Associate Professor of 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.M.S. 1940, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1944, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Gillio, Alfred P. Instructor in Pediatrics. Clinical 
Assistant Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1977, University of Virginia; 
M.D. 1 981 , Medical College of Virginia. 

Gillman, Eugene Robert. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1972, New 
York University; M.D. 1976, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Gilman, Sander Lawrence. Professor of History in 
Psychiatry. B.A. 1963, Tulane University; Ph.D. 
1968, Tulane University. 

Gilmore, Karen Jane. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1969, Radcliffe College; M.A. 
1973, New York University; M.D. 1977, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Gilmore, Margaret Mary. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1968, Smith College; 
M.D. 1972, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 



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Ginos, James Zissis. Associate Research Professor 
of Biochemistry in Neuroscience. B.A. 1954, 
Columbia University; M.S. 1957, Stevens Institute 
of Technology; Ph.D. 1964, Stevens Institute of 
Technology. 

Ginzberg, Eli. Visiting Professor of Economics in 
Public Health. A.B. 1931, Columbia University; 
A.M. 1932, Columbia University; Ph.D. 1934, 
Columbia University. 

Girgis, Fakhry Gindi. Associate Professor of Cell 
Biology and Anatomy. Consultant, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. M.B.B.Ch. 1949, Cairo University 
(Egypt); Ph.D. 1957, Queen's University of Belfast 
(United Kingdom). 

Gistrak, Allan B. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1953. McGill University 
(Canada); M.D. 1957. McGill University College of 
Medicine (Canada). 

Gitlin, Joel Stewart. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1954, Union College; M.D. 
1958, Chicago Medical School. 

Giuliano, Michael Anthony. Clinical Instructor in 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. Adjunct, Lenox Hill Hospital. B.S. 
1977, State University of New York at Albany; 
M.D. 1981, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Giuliano, Rachel. Instructor in Neuroscience. A.B. 
1963, Bryn Mawr College; Ph.D. 1984, University 
of Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical 
School. 

Given, William P., Jr. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1974, New York 
University; M.D. 1978, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Given, William Price. Clinical Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1941, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1944, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Gladstone, Wilma. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1955, Mount Holyoke College; M.D. 
1961 , New York Medical College. 

Glaser, Robert. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1967, Columbia 
University; M.S. 1968, Columbia University; M.D. 
1973, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Glass, Richard E. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1952, Princeton University; 
M.D. 1956, Johns Hopkins University School of 
Medicine. 

Glass, Walter Martin. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Honorary Staff, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1939, University of 
Vermont; M.D. 1943, University of Vermont 
College of Medicine. 



Glasser, Jeffrey. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1971, Muhlenberg College; 
M.D. 1975, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Glazer, Howard Irwin. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. Ph.D. 1972, 
University of Texas, Austin. 

Glendinning, Arnold F. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1954, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1961, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Glick, Ira D. Professor of Psychiatry. Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1957, 
Dickinson College; M.D. 1961, New York Medical 
College. 

Glickman, Denise Fabiola. Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1979, Brown University; M.D. 1986, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Glinberg, Tsilia. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1971, Tchernovitsky Medical 
Institute (U.S.S.R.). 

Globus, David L. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1950, Washington University; 
M.D. 1954, Washington University Medical 
Center. 

Glogoff, Michael Russ. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Oral 
Surgeon, New York Hospital. A.B. 1963, Rutgers 
State University; D.M.D. 1967, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine. 

Gluck, David. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1953, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1957, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Gluck, Robert W. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1978. University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D. 1982, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Goes, Diane M. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1977, State University of New York 
at Stony Brook; M.D. 1982, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Godbold, James H., Jr. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Biostatistics in Public Health. B.A. 1969, Millsaps 
College; M.S. 1970, Virginia Polytechnic Institute 
and State University; Ph.D. 1976, Johns Hopkins 
University. 

Godder, Kamar. Instructor in Pediatrics. M.D. 1980, 
Hebrew University Hadassah Medical School 
(Israel). 

Godwin, Thomas Adams. Assistant Professor of 
Pathology. Assistant Attending Pathologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1973, Northwestern 
University; M.D. 1977, Medical College of 
Georgia. 

Golbey, Robert B. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Emeritus Staff, Memorial Sloan- 



Faculty of the Medical College 133 



Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1943, Bethany 
College; M.D. 1949, New York University School 
of Medicine. 

Gold, Alan H. Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1967, Colgate University; 
M.D. 1971, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Gold, Jeffrey Philip. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Assistant Professor of Surgery in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon (Cardiothoracic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1974, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1978, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Gold, Jonathan W. M. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1965, Columbia University; M.D. 1971, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Goldberg, Burton H. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1947, New York 
University; M.D. 1951, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Goldberg, Doris. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1953, Vassar College; M.D. 1957, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Goldberg, Harvey Lee. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1972, Massachusetts Institute 
of Technology; M.D. 1976, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Goldberg, Joel. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1974, 
University of Connecticut; M.D. 1978, 
Pennsylvania State University College of 
Medicine. 

Goldberg, Leslie P. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Associate Attending Surgeon, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1966, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1970, Chicago Medical 
School. 

Goldberg, Steven Mark. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1975, Lafayette 
College; M.D. 1979, University of Pennsylvania 
School of Medicine. 

Goldberger, Marianne Rudolf. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1953, 
Radcliffe College; M.D. 1958, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Goldberger, Robert E. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
B.S. 1958, Tufts University; M.D. 1962, Tufts 
University School of Medicine. 

Golden, William Louis. Clinical Instructor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Professional Associate, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, Long Island 
University; M A. 1972, Hunter College, City 
University of New York; Ph.D. 1975, New School 
for Social Research. 

Goldensohn, Sidney S. Clinical Professor of 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, New York 



Hospital. B.A. 1942, George Washington 
University; M.D. 1944, George Washington 
University School of Medicine. 
Goldenthal, Mark Howard. Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1975, University of North Carolina, 
Chapel Hill; M A. 1978, Fairleigh Dickinson 
University, Madison; Ph.D. 1985, Georgia State 
Unviersity. 

Goldin, Howard. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1957, Amherst College; M.D. 1961, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Goldman. Amy Beth. Professor of Clinical Radiology. 
Attending Radiologist, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Attending Radiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1966, New York University; M.D. 
1969, New York University School of Medicine. 

Goldman, Ira Steven. Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1973, University of 
Rochester; M.D. 1977, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Goldman, Mitchell Alan. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Radiology. Assistant Professor of 
Radiology in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 
Attending Radiologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1965, Queens College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1969, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Goldman, Steven Alan. Assistant Professor of 

Neurology and Neuroscience. Assistant Attending 
Neurologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1978, 
University of Pennsylvania; Ph.D. 1983, 
Rockefeller University; M.D. 1984, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Goldsmith, Scott Jay. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1980, Harvard 
College; Ed.M. 1980, Harvard University; M.D. 
1 984, State University of New York at Stony 
Brook Health Science Center. 

Goldstein, Jack. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Biochemistry. B.S. 1952, Brooklyn College of 
Pharmacy; M.N.S. 1957, Cornell University; Ph.D. 
1959, Cornell University. 

Goldstein, Marc. Associate Professor of Surgery 
(Urology). Associate Attending Surgeon (Urology), 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1968, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1972, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Goldstein, Michael Joel. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1956, Queens 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1961 , 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Goldweit, Richard Scott. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1978, University of Rochester; 
M.D. 1982, Cornell University Medical College. 

Gomez, Daniel G. Associate Professor of Radiology. 
B.A. 1951, Universidad Libre (Colombia); M.S. 
1964, University Del Valle Faculty of Medicine 
(Colombia); Ph.D. 1969, Case Western Reserve 
University. 



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Gomillion, Matthew C. Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1981, University of Texas, Austin; 
M.D. 1985, Baylor College of Medicine. 

Good, Leonard J. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1975, Pomona 
College; M.D. 1979, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Goodfield, Gwyneth June. Visiting Associate 

Professor of Biomedical Science and Social Policy 
in Medicine. B.S. 1949, University of London 
(United Kingdom); Ph.D. 1959, University of 
Leeds (United Kingdom). 

Goodman, Beverly. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Senior Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1952, Macalester 
College; M.D. 1963, University of Minnesota 
Medical School. 

Goodman, Warren H. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1955, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1959, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Goodrich, Charles Howard. Clinical Associate 
Professor of Medicine. Associate Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1945, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1951, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Goodwin, Cleon Walton. Johnson & Johnson 
Distinguished Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1965, University of North Carolina; M.D. 
1969, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine; M.P.H. 1983, University of Texas. 

Gordon, Bruce R. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1971, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1975, Yale 
University School of Medicine. 

Gordon, Jeffrey H. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1961, 
Amherst College; M.D. 1965, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Gordon, Lawrence A. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1960, New York 
University; M.D. 1964, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Gordon, Malcolm. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.D. 1948, 
Boston University School of Medicine. 

Gordon, Ronald Jay. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Senior Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1973, New York 
University; M.D. 1977, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Gordonson, Lewis Chester. Clinical Assistant 

Professor of Ophthalmology. Attending Surgeon, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1954, Ohio 
State University; M.D. 1963, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Gorey, Michael Thomas. Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1977, John Carroll 



University; M.D. 1980, Loyola University Stritch 

School of Medicine. 
Gorga, Delia I. Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation 

Medicine in Surgery. Professional Associate, New 

York Hospital. B.S. 1969, Columbia University; 

M A. 1970, New York University; Ph.D. 1987, New 

York University. 
Gorham, George W. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 

York Hospital. B.A. 1950, Yale University; M.D. 

1954, Johns Hopkins University School of 

Medicine. 

Gorman, Rosemary V. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1939, Trinity College for Women; M.D. 1943, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Goslee, Leonard T. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, La 
Guardia Hospital. Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1949, 
Howard University; M.S. 1951, Boston University; 
M.D. 1958, Meharry Medical College. 

Goss. Mary E. W. Professor of Sociology in Public 
Health. B.A. 1947, Iowa State University; M.A. 
1948, Iowa State University; Ph.D. 1959, 
Columbia University. 

Gottesman, Rita. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Senior Assistant Attending Radiologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1974, Queens 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1978, 
State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Gottlieb, Alice Bendix. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1973, Brandeis University; 
Ph.D. 1979, Rockefeller University; M.D. 1980, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Gottlieb. Susan E. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1974, Clark 
University; M.D. 1978, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Gottridge, JoAnne. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1976, Case Western 
Reserve University; M.D. 1980, Case Western 
Reserve University School of Medicine. 

Gould, Elaine Susan. Assistant Professor of 

Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1976, St. John's 
University; M.D. 1980, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Gould, Eric Franklin. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1966, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1970, New York Medical College. 

Gould, Meredith A. Clinical Instructor in Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1974, Hobart and William Smith 
College; Ph.D. 1984, City College, City University 
of New York. 

Gould, Robert John. Clinical Instructor in Neurology. 
Assistant Attending Neurologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1973, Tufts University; 
M.D. 1977, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 



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Goulian, Dicran. Professor of Surgery (Plastic 

Surgery). Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1948, Columbia University; D.D.S. 1951, 
Columbia University School of Dental and Oral 
Surgery; M.D. 1955, Yale University School of 
Medicine. 

Gouterman, Ira H. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

B. S. 1967, City College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1971, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Govoni, Antonio Fortunate Associate Professor of 
Radiology. Associate Attending Radiologist, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1945, University of Modena 
(Italy). 

Goyert, Sanna M. Assistant Professor of Immunology 
in Medicine. B.S. 1968, University of Cincinnati; 
Ph.D. 1983, New York University. 

Graber, Edward A. Professor Emeritus of Clinical 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. M.D. 1936, Emory 
University School of Medicine. 

Grabowski, Eric Franklin. Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1965, Case Western Reserve 
University; M.S. 1967, Case Western Reserve 
University; Sc.D. 1972, Cornell University; M.D. 
1978, Mayo Medical School. 

Grad, Gary Jordan. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Senior Assistant Attending 
Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1965, University of Illinois; M.D. 1969, University 
of Illinois College of Medicine. 

Grady, Robert Walter. Associate Research Professor 
of Pharmacology in Pediatrics. B.S. 1963, Brown 
University; Ph.D. 1971, University of Minnesota. 

Graf, Margaret Jane. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, 
Canisius College; M.D. 1979, State University of 
New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Grafstein, Bernice. Vincent and Brooke Astor 
Distinguished Professor in Neuroscience. 
Professor of Physiology and Biophysics. B.A. 
1951, University of Toronto (Canada); Ph.D. 1954, 
McGill University (Canada). 

Graham, Malcolm Sandford. Clinical Instructor of 
Dentistry in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1961, Colby College; D.D.S. 1965. 
Columbia University School of Dental and Oral 
Surgery. 

Graham, Martin. Assistant Professor of Physics in 
Clinical Radiology. Assistant Attending Physicist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1965, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 
Ph.D. 1973, University of Massachusetts. 

Gralla, Richard J. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1969, Brown 
University; M.D. 1972, University of Virginia 
School of Medicine. 

Granet, Kenneth Mark. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1979, Hofstra University; 
M.D. 1984, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 



Granet, Roger B. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1970, New York University; 
M.D. 1974, University of Medicine and Dentistry of 
N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

Grassi, Armando. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, Lenox Hill 
Hospital. Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, Lenox Hill Hospital. Associate 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. M.D. 
1970, University of Buenos Aires Faculty of 
Medicine (Argentina). 

Grayson, Robert S. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 
1950, Cornell University; M.D. 1953, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Greco, Annamarie. Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Adjunct, Lenox Hill Hospital. B.A. 1981, New York 
University; M.D. 1985, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Green, Douglas S. T. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
B.A. 1977, Wesleyan University; M.D. 1982, 
Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Green, Harry. Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. M B. B.S. 1956, University of 
Melbourne (Australia). 

Green, Judith. Adjunct Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. B.A. 1961, Bard College; Ph.D. 1967, 
University of Rochester School of Medicine and 
Dentistry. 

Green, Martin Arthur. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Neurology. Honorary Staff, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1942, University of Michigan; M.D. 
1945, University of Michigan Medical School. 

Green, Ronald Franklin. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine in Surgery. 
Associate Attending Physiatrist, New York 
Hospital. Associate Attending Physiatrist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1958, Temple University; M.D. 1962, Jefferson 
Medical College. 

Green, Stephen Joseph. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1976, Dartmouth 
College; M.D. 1980, Tufts University School of 
Medicine. 

Greenacre, Phyllis. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Psychiatry. B.S. 1913, University of Chicago; M.D. 
1916, Rush Medical College. 

Greenberg, Abraham S. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1965, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1969, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Greenberg, Burt M. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1975, Cornell University; 
M.D. 1979, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Syracuse. 

Greenberg, Danielle. Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. B.S. 1975, Columbia 



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University; M.Phil. 1983, City College, City 
University of New York; Ph.D. 1984, City College, 
City University of New York. 
Greenberg, Ernest J. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1949, American University of Beirut (Lebanon); 
M.D. 1953, American University of Beirut 
(Lebanon). 

Greenberg, George. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1955, 
Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
Ph.D. 1960, Duke University. 

Greenberg, Harly E. Instructor in Medicine. B.A. 1978, 
New York University; M.D. 1982, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Greenberg, Judith. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1968, Connecticut 
College; M.D. 1980, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Greenberg, Meir. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1973, Hebrew University 
Hadassah Medical School (Israel). 

Greenblatt, Edward Robert. Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, City 
College, City University of New York; Ph.D. 1980, 
City College, City University of New York. 

Greene, Edward Louis. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1951, West Virginia Wesleyan 
College; M.S. 1952, West Virginia University; M.D. 
1958, University of Bologna (Italy). 

Greenfield, Elizabeth Ann. Clinical Instructor in 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, La Guardia 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1978, Wagner College; M.D. 
1982, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Greenfield, Elliott Charles. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Otorhinolaryngology. Associate Attending 
Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. A.B. 
1956, Harvard University; M.D. 1961, University of 
Virginia School of Medicine. 

Greenfield, Walter Barry. Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1972, C.W. Post College; M.D. 
1977, Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara 
(Mexico). 

Greenspan, Joel. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1964, 
Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1969, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Syracuse. 

Greenspan, Joel Gary. Clinical Instructor of 

Anesthesiology in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1970, Columbia College; 
M.D. 1974, New York Medical College. 

Greenstein, Scott Henry. Clinical Instructor in 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1977, 



University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1981, Cornell 
University Medical College. 
Greenstein, Steven E. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1969, New 
York University; M.D. 1973, New York Medical 
College. 

Greenwald, Bruce Michael. Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1977, University of Michigan; 
M.D. 1982, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Greenwald, Richard M. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1942, State University of 
New York at Buffalo; M.D. 1945, State University 
of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Gregersen, Peter Kim. Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. B.S. 1972, Johns Hopkins University; 
M.D. 1976, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Greif, Roger Louis. Professor Emeritus of Physiology 
and Biophysics. B.S. 1937, Haverford College; 
M.D. 1941, Johns Hopkins University School of 
Medicine. 

Griffith, Owen Wendell. Professor of Biochemistry. 

A. B. 1968, University of California, Berkeley; 
Ph.D. 1974, Rockefeller University. 

Griffo, William Robert. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1972, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; Ph.D. 1976, City College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1980, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Grimaldi, John A. R. Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1974, Vanderbilt University; 
M.D. 1978, Vanderbilt University School of 
Medicine. 

Groeger, Jeffrey Spencer. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Critical Care 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.A. 1972, City College, City University of 
New York; M.D. 1977, University of Cincinnati 
College of Medicine. 

Grolnick, Simon A. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1955, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Gross, Elliot M. Adjunct Professor of Pathology. A.B. 
1955, Columbia University; M.D. 1959, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Gross, Stanley. Professor of Clinical Pathology. 
Emeritus Staff, North Shore University Hospital. 

B. S. 1936, New York University; M.D. 1939, New 
York University School of Medicine. 

Gross, Steven S. Assistant Professor of 

Pharmacology. B.S. 1974, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.P.H. 1979, Mount Sinai 
School of Medicine; Ph.D. 1982, Mount Sinai 
School of Medicine. 

Grossi, Margaret Thorne. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Pediatrics. B.A. 1949, Notre Dame College of 
Staten Island; M.D. 1953, Georgetown University 



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School of Medicine; M.P.H. 1967, Columbia 
University. 

Grossman, Paula Lynn. Clinical Instructor in 
Psychiatry. Senior Assistant Attending 
Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1971, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; M.S. 1972, New York University; M.D. 1976, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Grossman, Stanley. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, 
North Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1953, 
Syracuse University; M.D. 1957, New York 
Medical College. 

Gruenspan, Harry Leo. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1972, State University of New York at Stony 
Brook; Ph.D. 1979, City University of New York 
Graduate School and University Center; M.D. 
1981, University of Miami School of Medicine. 

Guarin, Urbano K. Adjunct Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Surgery (Urology). Assistant 
Attending Surgeon (Urology), New York Hospiial. 
A. A. 1941, Far Eastern University (Philippines); 
M.D. 1947, University of Santo Tomas 
(Philippines). 

Gubernick, Martin. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1978, 
Bucknell University; M.D. 1982, Northwestern 
University Medical School. 

Guida, Peter M. Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1949, Long Island 
University; M.D. 1954, Albany Medical College. 

Guido, Joseph William. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Senior Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1949, Cornell University; 
M.D. 1953, New York Medical College. 

Gulati, Subhash C. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. M.S. 1971, North 
Dakota State University; Ph.D. 1973, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1976, University of Miami School 
of Medicine. 

Gulmi, Frederick Anthony. Clinical Instructor in 

Surgery (Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1977, University of 
Rochester; M.D. 1981, University of Cayey School 
of Medicine (Puerto Rico). 

Gulotta, Stephen Joseph. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1954, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1958, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Gunasti, Sabri. Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Associate Attending Anesthesiologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1950, Istanbul 
University Medical School (Turkey); M.D. 1956, 
Istanbul University Medical School (Turkey). 

Gupta, Rajendra. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M B. B.S. 1961, King George 
Medical College, Lucknow University (India). 



Gurland, Judith E. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. Consultant, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 
1964, Barnard College; M.D. 1968, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Guthrie, Randolph Hobson. Clinical Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Neurosurgery), New York Hospital. Consultant, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 
1957, Princeton University; M.D. 1961, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Guthrie, Thomas Claiborne. Clinical Associate 
Professor of Neurology. Associate Attending 
Neurologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1944, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1947, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Gutierrez, Omar H. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1955, Liceo de Bolivar, 
Cartagena (Colombia); M.D. 1962, University 
Cartegena Faculty of Medicine (Colombia). 

Guy, Henry H. Clinical Instructor of Anesthesiology in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1940, University of Teheran (Iran). 

Guzik, Howard Jay. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
B.S. 1977, State University of New York at 
Albany; M.D. 1981 , Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Haas, Gretchen L. Associate Research Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, 
Cornell University; M.A. 1978, Wayne State 
University; Ph.D. 1981, Wayne State University. 

Haber, Alan L. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1951 , New York 
University; M.D. 1959, University of Brussels 
(Belgium). 

Hackett, Neil Robert. Assistant Professor of 

Microbiology. B.S. 1978, University of Edinburgh 
(United Kingdom); Ph.D. 1982, University of 
British Columbia (Canada). 

Hadley, Susan J. Professor Emeritus of Medicine. 
Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. B.A. 1941, 
University of Wisconsin; M.D. 1944, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Hagamen, Wilbur Dayton. Professor of Cell Biology 
and Anatomy. B.S. 1944, Baldwin-Wallace 
College; M.D. 1951, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Haggerty, Robert Johns. Clinical Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1946, Cornell University; M.D. 
1949, Cornell University Medical College. 

Haimes, Alison Bender. Assistant Professor of 

Radiology. B.A. 1977, University of Pennsylvania; 
M.D. 1981, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

Haimovic, Itzhak C. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Neurology. Assistant Attending Neurologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1972, New York 
University; M.D. 1975, New York Medical College. 

Hainline, Brian William. Assistant Professor of 

Neurology. Assistant Attending Neurologist, North 



138 Faculty of the Medical College 



Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1978, University of 
Notre Dame; M.D. 1982, University of Chicago 
Pritzker School of Medicine. 

Hajal, Fady. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1968, French Faculty of 
Medicine and Pharmacology, University of St. 
Joseph (Lebanon). 

Hajdu, Steven I. Professor of Pathology. Attending 
Pathologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. M.D. 1961, Catholic University of Louvain 
(Belgium). 

Hajjar, David Phillip. Professor of Pathology. 

Professor of Biochemistry. B.A. 1974, American 
International College; M.S. 1977, University of 
New Hampshire; Ph.D. 1978, University of New 
Hampshire. 

Hajjar, Katherine Amberson. Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Associate Professor of Pediatrics in 
Medicine. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1974, Smith College; M.D. 
1978, Johns Hopkins University School of 
Medicine. 

Hakes, Thomas Brion. Assistant Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1967, Indiana Institute of Technology; M.D. 1973, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Hakim-Elahi, Enayat. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1959, University of Teheran (Iran). 

Halebian, Paul H. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1975, Columbia University; M.D. 1979, 
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. 

Hall, Michael Howard. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1968, University of Kentucky; M.D. 
1972, University of Kentucky College of Medicine. 

Hall, William Walmsley. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1971, Queen's University 
of Belfast (United Kingdom); Ph.D. 1974, Queen's 
University of Belfast (United Kingdom); M.D. 
1984, Cornell University Medical College. 

Halmi, Katherine Ann. Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1961, University of Iowa; M.D. 1965, University of 
Iowa College of Medicine. 

Halper, James P. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
A.B. 1965. Columbia University; M.D. 1971, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Halpern, Jerry Leon. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Oral 
Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.S. 1969, Fairleigh 
Dickinson University; D.D.S. 1974, Howard 
University College of Medicine. 

Halpert, Eugene. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, 
North Shore University Hospital. M.D. 1956, 
University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. 

Hambrick, George W., Jr. Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 



1943, Concord College; M.D. 1946, University of 
Virginia School of Medicine. 
Hamburg, Martin David. Adjunct Associate Professor 
of Cell Biology and Anatomy. B.A. 1965, New 
York University; Ph.D. 1969, University of 
Michigan. 

Hamilton, Francis J., Sr. Clinical Professor Emeritus 
of Psychiatry. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1928, St. Joseph's University; M.D. 1933, 
Jefferson Medical College. 

Hamlin, Paul A. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1963, St. John's 
University; M.D. 1967, New York Medical College. 

Hampton, Phyllis A. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1976, Oklahoma 
Baptist University; M.D. 1980, University of 
Oklahoma College of Medicine. 

Hand, Ivan Leslie. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. B.A. 1978, Hunter College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1982, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Hankoff, Leon D. Adjunct Clinical Professor of 
Psychiatry. B.S. 1950, University of Maryland; 
M.D. 1952, University of Maryland School of 
Medicine. 

Hansen, John Gregory. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1952, Fordham University; M.D. 
1956, Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Hantverk, Jed A. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. B.A. 
1982, Emory University; M.D. 1986, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Haralambie, James Q. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Pediatrics. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1931, Oberlin College; M.D. 1935, Yale 
University School of Medicine. 

Haraway, Andrew W. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Roentgenologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1956, Duke University; M.D. 1958, 
Medical College of Virginia. 

Harbison, Madeleine Diu Verre. Instructor in 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 1971, Wellesley 
College; M.D. 1976, Columbia University College 
of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Hariri, Robert Joseph. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Assistant Surgeon, New York Hospital. A.B. 1980, 
Columbia College; Ph.D. 1986, Cornell University; 
M.D. 1987, Cornell University Medical College. 

Harmon, Gregory K. Instructor in Ophthalmology. 
Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist. New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1978, Johns Hopkins University; 
M.D. 1982, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Hames, Jack Russell. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1945, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Harpel, Peter Cahners. Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 



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1957, Harvard University; M.D. 1961, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Harper, Rita Gilman. Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Associate Professor of Perinatal 
Medicine in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Attending 
Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 
1955, University of Michigan; M.D. 1962, 
University of Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. 
Medical School. 

Harris, Alvin H. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. Senior 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1950, Harvard University; 
D.M.D. 1953, Harvard University; M.D. 1955, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Harris, Laurence S. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Associate Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1959, 
Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 1963, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Harris, Lucinda Ann. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1976, Barnard College; M.S. 1979, University of 
Connecticut; M.D. 1983, University of Connecticut 
School of Medicine. 

Harris, Marcia A. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1971, 
Pace University; M.D. 1975, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Harrison, Louis Benjamin. Assistant Professor of 
Radiation Oncology in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Radiation Oncologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1977, Duke 
University; M.D. 1982, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Harrison, Winston Gilbert. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Pathology. Assistant Attending Pathologist, 
New York Hospital. A.B. 1968, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1975, Case Western Reserve University 
School of Medicine. 

Hart, Catherine Carlisle. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1972, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1980, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

Hart, Marion G. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1956, New York University; 
M.D. 1960, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Hartman, Barry J. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1969, University of Pittsburgh; 
M.D. 1973, Pennsylvania State University, 
Hershey Medical Center. 

Hartman, Gregg Stephen. Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Instructor in Pharmacology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1979, Williams College; M.D. 1983, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Harvey-Banchik, Lillian P. Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1975, University of 
Southern California; M.D. 1981, New York 
University School of Medicine. 



Harwin, Martin. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Honorary Staff, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1938, University of Minnesota; M.D. 
1942, Louisiana State University School of 
Medicine, New Orleans. 

Haschemeyer, Rudy H. Professor of Biochemistry. 
B.A. 1952, Carthage College; Ph.D. 1957, 
University of Illinois. 

Hatterer, Lawrence J. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1947, Princeton University; 
M.D. 1949, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Haughney, Elizabeth. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1979, City 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1981, 
State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Hauser, Andrew John. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Oral 
Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.S. 1973, St. 
John's University; D.D.S. 1977, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Hawks, Graham G. Professor Emeritus of Clinical 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Honorary Staff, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1935, Colgate University; M.D. 
1940, New York University School of Medicine. 

Hayashi, Mieko. Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. B.A. 1973, Ochanomizu 
University (Japan); M.D. 1980, University of Tokyo 
(Japan); D.M.Sc. 1986, University of Tokyo 
(Japan). 

Hayes, Joseph Gruber. Irene F. and I. Roy Psaty 
Distinguished Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1959, Georgetown University; M.D. 1963, 
Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Hayt, David Bruce. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Radiology. Attending Radiologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1952, Cornell University; M.D. 
1956, Cornell University Medical College. 

Healey, John Henry. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Clinical Assistant Surgeon, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1974, Yale University; M.D. 

1978, University of Vermont College of Medicine. 
Heelan, Robert Terence. Associate Professor of 

Clinical Radiology. Associate Attending 
Roentgenologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1964, Fordham University; 
M.D. 1969, University of Bologna (Italy). 
Heier, Linda Anne. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Roentgenologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 

1979, University of Western Ontario Faculty of 
Medicine (Canada). 

Heilbraun, Martin. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1957, Brown 
University; M.D. 1961, Tufts University School of 
Medicine. 



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Heimoff, Leonard L. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Public Health. Emeritus Staff, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1934, University of Alabama; M.D. 1939, 
University of Maryland School of Medicine. 

Heinemann, Murk-Hein. Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. A.B. 1972, Kenyon College; M.D. 
1976, Cornell University Medical College. 

Heinz, Erich. Adjunct Professor of Physiology and 
Biophysics. M.D. 1939, C. Albrechts University, 
Kiel (West Germany). 

Heinzen, Bruce Robert. Associate Professor of 

Clinical Surgery. Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1942, Oberlin College; 
M.A. 1943, Oberlin College; M.D. 1946, University 
of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. 

Heitler, Michael S. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician. North 
Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1955, Colgate 
University; M.D. 1959, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Heller, Arthur D. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1974, State University of New 
York at Binghamton; M.D. 1978, Jefferson 
Medical College. 

Hempstead, Barbara Louise. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1976, Tufts University; M.D. 
1982. Washington University Medical Center; 
Ph.D. 1982, Washington University Medical 
Center. 

Henry, Edward Ian. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1949, Syracuse 
University; M.D. 1954, New York Medical College. 

Henschke, Claudia Ingnd. Associate Professor of 
Radiology. Associate Attending Radiologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1963, Southern Methodist 
University; M.S. 1966, Southern Methodist 
University; Ph.D. 1969, University of Georgia; 
M.D. 1977, Howard University College of 
Medicine. 

Herasme, Victor M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Physician, St. 
Barnabas Medical Center. M.D. 1963, University 
of Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic). 

Herbert, John Thomas. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. A.B. 1969, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1973, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Herdan, Anita Muriel. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
M.B.B.S. 1955, University of London (United 
Kingdom); Ph.D. 1968, University of London 
(United Kingdom). 

Herman, Stephen Paul. Adjunct Assistant Professor 
of Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1968, Brandeis 
University; M.D. 1973, Pennsylvania State 
University, Hershey Medical Center. 

Herr, Harry Wallace. Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Associate Attending 



Surgeon (Urology), New York Hospital. A.B. 1965. 
University of California, Davis; M.D. 1969, 
University of California, Irvine, School of Medicine. 

Herrmann, Richard A. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1951, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1955, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Herrold, Edmund McMahan. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. Assistant Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 

1971, Lehigh University; M.D. 1979, Case 
Western Reserve University School of Medicine; 
Ph.D. 1979, Case Western Reserve University. 

Hershman, Jack Ira. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1977, University of Rochester; M.D. 
1981, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Hershon, Stuart J. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1959, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1963, New York Medical College. 

Hertz, Daniel N. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1954, Cornell University; M.D. 
1958, Albany Medical College. 

Hertz, Ralph Earl. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Emeritus Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1941, McGill University 
(Canada); M.D. 1944, McGill University College of 
Medicine (Canada). 

Hertzig, Margaret E. Associate Professor of 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1956, Vassar College; M.D. 
1960, New York University School of Medicine. 

Herzig, Judith. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1962, 
Cambridge University (United Kingdom); 
M.B.B.Ch. 1965, Cambridge University (United 
Kingdom); M.S. 1972, University of London 
(United Kingdom). 

Herzog, Richard Dennis. Clinical Instructor in 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1971, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1975, Creighton 
University School of Medicine. 

Hidalgo, David Arthur. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Clinical Assistant Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant Attending 
Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat 
Hospital. B.S. 1974, Georgetown University; M.D. 
1978, Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Hift, Christina. Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 

1972, Mount Holyoke College; M.D. 1978, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Higgins, Kenneth Joseph. Clinical Instructor in 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1976, Manhattan College; 
M.D. 1980, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Hilaris, Basil Stavros. Professor of Radiology. 

Attending Radiation Oncologist. Memorial Sloan- 



Faculty of the Medical College 141 



Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 1955, National 
University of Athens Faculty of Medicine (Greece). 

Hilgartner, Margaret W. Harold Weill Professor of 
Pediatric Hematology in Pediatrics. Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. Associate 
Attending Pediatrician, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center A.B. 1946, Bryn Mawr 
College; M.A. 1951, Duke University; M.D. 1955, 
Duke University School of Medicine. 

Hill, Ann C. Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1958, 
University of North Dakota; M.D. 1962, 
Northwestern University Medical School. 

Hill, Malcolm. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1952, Swarthmore College; 
M.D. 1957, Yale University School of Medicine. 

Hill, Richard Kelsey. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1957, Northwestern 
University; M.D. 1961, Northwestern University 
Medical School. 

Hilmi, A. Matthew. Clinical Instructor of Medicine in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1959, Syrian University School of Medicine 
(Syria). 

Hirsch, Bruce E. Assistant Professor of Medicine. B.A. 

1978, Wesleyan University; M.D. 1982, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Hirsch, Charles S. Adjunct Professor of Pathology. 

B.S. 1958, University of Illinois, Urbana; M.D. 

1962, University of Illinois College of Medicine. 
Hirsch, Jules. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. M.D. 

1948, University of Texas Southwestern Medical 

School. 

Hirsch, Robert. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1949, Lynchburg 
College; M.A. 1950, Fordham University; M.D. 
1954, New York Medical College. 

Hirschy, James C. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, New 
York Hospital. Radiologist to Out-Patient 
Department, Hospital for Special Surgery. A.B. 
1960, Princeton University; M.D. 1964, Jefferson 
Medical College. 

Ho, John L. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1972, State University of New York at Stony 
Brook; M.D. 1976, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Ho, Tony K. Assistant Professor of Physics in 
Radiology. B.S. 1977, Manhattan College; M.S. 

1979, Rutgers State University; M.S. 1981, 
University of Colorado School of Medicine. 

Hochberg, Mark Steven. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist 
(Pedodontist), New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, 
Temple University; D.D.S. 1977, Temple 
University School of Dentistry. 

Hochman, Raymond Barton. Clinical Associate 
Professor of Medicine. Associate Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1952, Yale 
University; M.D. 1956, Harvard Medical School. 



Hochreiter, Clare Ann. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1972, University of Rochester; 
M.D. 1976, Johns Hopkins University School of 
Medicine. 

Hoexter, Barton. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1958, Kenyon College; 
M.D. 1962, George Washington University School 
of Medicine. 

Hotter, Eric Robert. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Attending Physician, La Guardia 
Hospital. B.A. 1968, Adelphi University; M.D. 
1972, Medical College of Virginia. 

Hoffman, Leon. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1963, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1967, State University of New York at 
Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Hoffman, Lloyd A. Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Plastic Surgery). Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Plastic Surgery), New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, 
Franklin and Marshall College; M.D. 1978, 
Northwestern University Medical School. 

Hoffman, Lynne F. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1975, University 
of Toronto (Canada); M.S. 1978, Weitzmann 
Institute of Science (Israel); M.S. 1985, State 
University of New York at Stony Brook; M.D. 
1985, State University of New York at Stony 
Brook Health Science Center. 

Ho-Kung, Esther. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1972, 
Hunter College, City University of New York; M.D. 
1976, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Holland, Jimmie. Professor of Psychiatry. Psychiatrist- 
in-Chief, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1948, Baylor University; M.D. 1952, Baylor 
College of Medicine. 

Hollander, Ellen Lynne. Clinical Instructor in 

Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1969, Harpur University of the State 
University of New York; M.D. 1978, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Hollenberg, James Paul. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1976, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1980, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Holloman, William K. Professor of Microbiology. B.S. 
1967, University of Texas, Austin; Ph.D. 1971, 
University of California, Berkeley. 

Holman, Cranston W. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon (Cardiothoracic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. Consultant, North 
Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1927, Stanford 
University; M.D. 1931, Stanford University School 
of Medicine. 

Holtzman, Albert C. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1950, 

New York University; M.D. 1960, University of 

Lausanne (Switzerland). 
Holzer, Donald. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Neurology. Assistant Attending Neurologist, North 



142 Faculty of the Medical College 



Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1973, State 
University of New York at Stony Brook; M.D. 

1977, Pennsylvania State University, Hershey 
Medical Center. 

Hong. John S. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. M.D. 1955, Yonsei University (Korea); 
M.P.H. 1963, University of Pittsburgh. 

Honig, Christine Larue. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pathology. B.A. 1971, Boston University; M.D. 
1976, Cornell University Medical College. 

Hopenwasser, Karen. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1974, Antioch College; M.D. 

1978, State University of New York at Stony 
Brook Health Science Center. 

Hopfan, Seymour. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1939, City College, City University 
of New York; M.D. 1948, School of Medicine of 
the Royal College of Scotland (United Kingdom). 

Horecker, Bernard L. Associate Dean. Professor of 
Biochemistry. B.S. 1936, University of Chicago; 
Ph.D. 1939, University of Chicago. 

Horowitz, Isadore. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. M.D. 1972, 
University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine 
(Canada). 

Horowitz, Jonathan. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Senior Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. 
M.B.B.Ch. 1970, University of Cape Town (South 
Africa). 

Horowitz, Marc Andrew. Clinical Instructor of 

Ophthalmology in Psychiatry (Courtesy). Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1974, Union 
College; M.D. 1978, Mount Sinai School of 
Medicine. 

Horowitz, Paul. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1951, New York University; 
M.D. 1957, University of Leiden (Netherlands). 

Horowitz, Sandra V. Assistant Professor of Social 
Psychology in Public Health. B.A. 1967, West 
Virginia University; M.A. 1974, New School for 
Social Research; Ph.D. 1985, Columbia 
University. 

Horwich, Mark Stephen. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Neurology. Associate Attending 
Neurologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1963, 
Dartmouth College; B.M.S. 1965, Dartmouth 
Medical School; M.D. 1967, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Horwith, Melvin. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1947, Union College; M.D. 1951, Albany Medical 
College. 

Horwitz, Solomon Theodore. Clinical Associate 
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology. 
Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1956, Hobart and 
William Smith College; M.D. 1960, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 



Hoskins, Donald W. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1953, Queens College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1957, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Hoskins, William John. Associate Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Associate Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1962, 
University of Tennessee; M.D. 1965, University of 
Tennessee College of Medicine. 

Houde, Raymond W. Professor of Medicine. 
Professor of Pharmacology. Senior Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. A.B. 1940, New York University; M.D. 
1943, New York University School of Medicine. 

Houghton, Alan N. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1970, Stanford 
University; M.D. 1974, University of Connecticut 
School of Medicine. 

Housman, Arno David. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Courtesy), New York Hospital. B.S. 1973, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1980, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Howard, James T. Clinical Instructor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1955, Gettysburg College; 
M.D. 1959, Jefferson Medical College. 

Howe, Suzanne A. L. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Public Health. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1936, Barnard College; M.D. 1940, Cornell 
University Medical College; M.P.H. 1966, 
Columbia University. 

Howland, William S. Professor Emeritus of 

Anesthesiology. Emeritus Staff, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1941, Notre Dame 
College; M.D. 1944, Columbia University College 
of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Hudgins, Lisa Cooper. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
Clinical Affiliate, La Guardia Hospital. B.A. 1975, 
Yale University; M.D. 1979, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Huebner, Hans F. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry in Pediatrics. Assistant Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. M.D. 1963, G. 
August University, Goettingen (West Germany). 

Hull, James William. Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1965, 
University of California, Riverside; M.A. 1974, 
University of California, Riverside; Ph.D. 1980, 
Claremont Graduate School. 

Hundert, Michael Leo. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1972, Washington 
University; M.D. 1975, Rush Medical College. 

Hunt, Howard F. Clinical Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1940, Michigan State University; 
Ph.D. 1943, University of Minnesota. 



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Huntington, Charles Gardiner. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Radiology. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Radiology in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1935, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1940, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Hurley, James R. Associate Professor of Radiology. 
Associate Professor of Medicine. Associate 
Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1957, Cornell University; M.D. 
1961, Cornell University Medical College. 

Hurst, Kenneth S. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1965, Franklin and 
Marshall College; M.D. 1969, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Hurt, Stephen Wayne. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, 
Texas Christian University; Ph.D. 1978, University 
of Chicago. 

Hutson, John Milton. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology in Radiology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1972, University of Alabama; M.D. 
1975, University of Alabama School of Medicine. 

Huvos, Andrew G. Professor of Pathology. Attending 
Pathologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. M.D. 1963, G. August University, 
Goettingen (West Germany). 

Hyden, Philip Wesley. Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1974, University of Florida; J.D. 
1979, University of Florida, College of Law; M.D. 
1983, University of Florida College of Medicine. 

Hyler, Irene G. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1975, Sarah Lawrence College; 
M.D. 1979, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Hyman, Paul M. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1968, Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology; M.D. 1973, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Hyman, Roger A. Associate Professor of Radiology. 

Attending Radiologist, North Shore University 

Hospital. B.A. 1964, Brandeis University; M.D. 

1968, State University of New York Health 

Science Center at Brooklyn. 
Hyman, Susan S. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Senior Assistant Attending 

Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 

1964, Brooklyn College, City University of New 

York; D.Sc. 1968, State University of New York 

Health Science Center at Brooklyn, 
lacobellis, Francis William. Clinical Assistant 

Professor of Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York 

Hospital. B.A. 1967, College of the Holy Cross; 

M.D. 1971, Columbia University College of 

Physicians and Surgeons. 



lacovitti, Lorraine Marie. Associate Research 

Professor of Neuroscience. B.S. 1973, Monmouth 
College; Ph.D. 1979, Cornell University. 

landoli, Louis J. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1940, New York University; M.D. 1943, New 
York Medical College. 

Igel, George Daniel. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1968, Amherst College; M.D. 
1972, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Miner, Pavel. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology. 
Associate Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1961, Charles University, Prague 
(Czechoslovakia). 

Imber, Gerald. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon (Plastic Surgery), 
New York Hospital. M.D. 1966, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Imperato, Pascal James. Adjunct Professor of Public 
Health. B.S. 1958, St. John's University; M.D. 
1962, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn; M.P.H. 1966, Tulane 
University; Th.M. 1966, Tulane University. 

Imperato-McGinley, Julianne Leonore. Associate 
Professor of Medicine. Associate Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1961, College 
of Mount St. Vincent; M.D. 1965, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Ingber, Pamela Sheryl. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1973, New York University; 
M.D. 1976, New York Medical College. 

Ingerman, Milton. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1953, Syracuse University; M.D. 1956, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Syracuse. 

Inglis, Allan E. Professor of Clinical Surgery 

(Orthopedics). Professor of Clinical Anatomy in 
Cell Biology and Anatomy. Attending Surgeon 
(Orthopedic Surgery), New York Hospital. 
Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), Hospital 
for Special Surgery. Consultant, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1950, Georgetown 
College; M.D. 1955, University of Rochester 
School of Medicine and Dentistry. 

Inguagiato, Peter J. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1964, Manhattan 
College; M.D. 1 971 , University of Bologna (Italy). 

Inkeles, Barton. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1968, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1972, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Inra, Lawrence Albert. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1972, University of Notre 
Dame; M.D. 1976, Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine. 

Insall, John Nevil. Professor of Clinical Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic 



144 Faculty of the Medical College 



Surgery), Hospital for Special Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1953, Cambridge University 
Medical School (United Kingdom); M.B.B.Ch. 
1956. London Hospital Medical College (United 
Kingdom). 

Inturrisi, Charles E. Professor of Pharmacology. B.A. 
1962, University of Connecticut; M.S. 1965, 
Tulane University; Ph.D. 1967, Tulane University. 

loachim, Harry L. Professor of Pathology. Attending 
Pathologist, Lenox Hill Hospital. M.D. 1951, 
Institute of Medicine, Bucharest (Rumania). 

Ippolito, John Joseph. Adjunct Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Surgery (Urology). Assistant 
Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.A. 1948, 
New York University; M.D. 1952, Albany Medical 
College. 

Isaacs, Marian. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1948, University of Colorado; M.D. 1951, 
University of Colorado School of Medicine. 

Isaacs, Norman Jack. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1949, New York University; 
M.A. 1950, New York University; M.D. 1954, New 
York Medical College. 

Isaacson, Glenn Charles. Adjunct Assistant Professor 
of Anatomy in Obstetrics and Gynecology. B.A. 
1977, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1982, 
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Isaacson, Sidney. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1949, New York 
University; M.D. 1955, University of Berne 
(Switzerland). 

Isay, Richard A. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1956, Haverford College; M.D. 1961, University of 
Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. 

Isenberg, Howard. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1968, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1972. New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Isom, O. Wayne. Professor of Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon-in-Charge (Cardiothoracic Surgery), New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1961, Texas Technological 
University; M.D. 1965, University of Texas 
Southwestern Medical School. 

Israeli, Man. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 

Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
M.D. 1966, Hebrew University Hadassah Medical 
School (Israel). 

Iwamoto, Takeo. Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology. 
M.D. 1955, University of Tokyo (Japan); Sc.D. 
1962, University of Tokyo (Japan). 

Jacewicz, Michael. Assistant Professor of Neurology 
and Neuroscience. Assistant Attending 
Neurologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1978, Case Western 
Reserve University School of Medicine. 

Jacob, Jessica. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. B.A. 1978, New York University; 



M.D. 1983, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Jacobs. Bernard. Professor of Clinical Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. Attending Surgeon 
(Orthopedic Surgery), Hospital for Special 
Surgery. M.B.B.S. 1943, University of London 
(United Kingdom); M.B.B.S. 1945, University of 
London (United Kingdom). 

Jacobs, Jonathan Lewis. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1976, Yale University; M.D. 
1980, Yale University School of Medicine. 

Jacobs, Lynne Rose. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1981, 
Northwestern University; M.D. 1985, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Jacobs, Michael Ira. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1973, New York University; M.D. 1977, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Jacobs, Morton. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Radiology. B.S. 1967, City College, City University 
of New York; M.D. 1972, Chicago Medical School. 

Jacobsberg, Lawrence B. Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1970, Polytechnic Institute of 
Brooklyn; M.S. 1970, Polytechnic Institute of 
Brooklyn; A.M. 1972, Harvard University; Ph.D. 
1975, Harvard University; M.D. 1981, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Jacobsen, Paul B. Assistant Professor of Psychology 
in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Assistant Attending Psychologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1977, Wesleyan University; Ph.D. 
1983, Michigan State University. 

Jacobson, Edward. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, 
New York University; M.D. 1975, New York 
Medical College. 

Jacobson, Ira M. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1975, Yale University; M.D. 1979, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Jacobson, Wendy. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1976, 
Wesleyan University; M.D. 1980, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Jaffe, Eric Allen. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. Assistant Attending 
Physician, Hospital for Special Surgery. M.D. 
1966, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Jain, Ajey. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
M.B.B.S. 1980, All India Institute of Medical 
Sciences. 

Jain, Raj Kumar. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

M.B.B.S. 1970, King George Medical College, 

Lucknow University (India). 
Jain, Subhash. Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology. 

Clinical Assistant Anesthesiologist, Memorial 

Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. M.B.B.S. 1969, 



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SMS Medical College, Rajasthan University 
(India). 

Jakubowski, Ann Alice. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Assistant Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1971, Albertus Magnus 
College; M.A. 1974, Wesleyan University; Ph.D. 
1976, Wesleyan University; M.D. 1981, University 
of Connecticut School of Medicine. 

Jalandoni, Susan R. Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, New York Hospital. M.D. 1965, 
University of Santo Tomas (Philippines). 

James, David F. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1959, Columbia University; 
M.B.B.Ch. 1964, University of Glasgow (United 
Kingdom). 

James, Gary D. Assistant Professor of Physiology in 
Medicine. Assistant Professor of Physiology and 
Biophysics. B.A. 1976, Wake Forest University; 
M.A. 1980, Pennsylvania State University; Ph.D. 
1984, Pennsylvania State University. 

Jampol, Morris Lowell. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, La Guardia 
Hospital. B.S. 1940, City College, City University 
of New York; M.D. 1943, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Janulis, Peter T. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1948, Cornell University; M.D. 
1951, Cornell University Medical College. 

Jarowski, Charles Ignatius, Jr. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Medicine. Assistant Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1968, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1972, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Jason, Michael King. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1973, University of 
Maryland; M.D. 1977, University of Pennsylvania 
School of Medicine. 

Javaid, Tariq. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1964, King Edward 
Medical College (Pakistan). 

Javors, Bruce Richard. Assistant Professor of 

Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1969, Queens 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1973, 
State University of New York at Buffalo School of 
Medicine. 

Jay, Harvey H. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1966, Columbia University; M.D. 1970, New 
York University School of Medicine. 

Jhanwar, Suresh C. Assistant Professor of Genetics 
in Pathology. Assistant Attending Geneticist and 
Cytogeneticist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.S. 1967, SMS Medical College, 
Rajasthan University (India); M.S. 1970, Banaras 
Hindu Univeristy, Varanasi (India); Ph.D. 1976, 
University of Delhi (India). 

Joh, Tong Hyub. Professor of Neuroscience. B.S. 
1953, Seoul National University of Medicine 



(Korea); M.S. 1965, University of Missouri; Ph.D. 
1971, New York University. 
Johanson, Norman Arthur. Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. B.S. 1972, Trinity 
College; M.D. 1978, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Johnson, Donald Goodwin. Clinical Professor 

Emeritus of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Honorary 
Staff, New York Hospital. B.A. 1936, University of 
Maine, Farmington; M.D. 1940, Yale University 
School of Medicine. 

Johnson, Valerie Lynne. Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1971, University of California, 
Davis; Ph.D. 1976, Cornell University; M.D. 1977, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Johnson, Warren Douglas, Jr. Professor of Medicine. 
Professor of Clinical Public Health. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1958, Carroll 
College; M.D. 1962, Columbia University College 
of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Jones, Susan Muriel. Assistant Professor of 
Physiology and Biophysics. B.A. 1974, Wells 
College; Ph.D. 1978, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Jones, Thomas C. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. 
B.A. 1958, Allegheny College; M.D. 1962, Case 
Western Reserve University School of Medicine. 

Jones, Walter Burnett. Associate Professor of 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, 
New York Hospital. Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.S. 1954, Arizona State University; M.D. 1964, 
Hahnemann Medical College. 

Jonisch, Elise Marcia Lynn. Clinical Instructor in 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1976. State 
University of New York at Binghamton; M.D. 1981, 
Pennsylvania State University College of 
Medicine. 

Jorgensen, Virginia Triest. Clinical Instructor in 
Psychiatry. Senior Assistant Attending 
Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1951, Hofstra University; M.D. 1957, Copenhagen 
University Faculty of Medicine (Denmark). 

Josen, Avinash K. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1962, Lady 
Hardinge Medical College (India). 

Joseph, Paul Ronnie. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1953, Yale University; 
M.D. 1957, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Josephson, Stephen Craig. Clinical Assistant 

Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant 
Attending Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1976, Rutgers State University; M.S. 1978, 
Rutgers State University; Ph.D. 1980, Rutgers 
State University. 

Joyce, Christy Ellen. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 



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Kettering Cancer Center. B.S.N. 1971 , University 
of Pennsylvania; M.A. 1974, New York University; 
M.D. 1980, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 
Julie, Edward. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1976, Cornell University; M.D. 1980, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Kafka, Kenneth R. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1972, Brandeis University; M.D. 1984, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Kagen, Lawrence J. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, Hospital for Special Surgery. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1957, New 
York University; M.D. 1960, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Kahan, Joel L. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1969, Queens College, 
City University of New York; M.A. 1973, Adelphi 
University; M.D. 1978, Universidad Autonoma de 
Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Kahanowicz, Yaffa. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. M.D. 1968, 
Tel Aviv University Medical School (Israel). 

Kahn, Ellen Ida. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pathology. Attending Pathologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. M.D. 1953, University 
of Lisbon (Portugal). 

Kahn, Richard L. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
B.S. 1975, Brown University; M.D. 1981, Brown 
University Program in Medicine. 

Kahner, Steven. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1964, Duke University; 
M.D. 1968, George Washington University School 
of Medicine. 

Kaiser, Richard. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1969, University of California, 
Berkeley; M.D. 1973, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Kaiser, Valerie B. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
B.S. 1979, St. John's College; M.D. 1984, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Kalayam, Balkrishna. Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1974, Topiwala Medical 
College of Bombay University (India). 

Kalisher, Lester. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Radiology. Attending Physician, St. Barnabas 
Medical Center. B.S. 1962, Wayne State 
University; M.D. 1966, Wayne State University 
School of Medicine. 

Kalman, Thomas Peter. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1971, University of 



Pennsylvania; M.D. 1975, New York Medical 
College. 

Kalter, Robert Dorrance. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Pathology. B.A. 1967, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1971 , University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

Kamen, Mazen. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1979, Brighton College (United Kingdom); M.D. 
1983, New York University School of Medicine. 

Kammerer, William Henry. Clinical Professor Emeritus 
of Medicine. Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. Emeritus Staff, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. M.D. 1935, Indiana University School of 
Medicine. 

Kandell, Robert Lewis. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1959, University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D. 1963, Tulane University 
School of Medicine. 

Kaner, Robert Jeffrey. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Assistant Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1978, Brandeis University; 
M.D. 1982, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

Kang. Un Jung. Instructor in Neuroscience. B.A. 
1978, University of Chicago; M.D. 1982, Johns 
Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Kantor, Howard L. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1945, Rutgers 
State University; M.D. 1949, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Kapel, Saul E. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1949, New York University; 
M.D. 1956, University of Bologna (Italy). 

Kaplan, Claudia. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Dental 
and Oral). Assistant Attending Oral Surgeon, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1972, Barnard College; D.D.S. 
1977, Columbia University School of Dental and 
Oral Surgery. 

Kaplan, Helen Singer. Clinical Professor of 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1951, Syracuse University; M.S. 
1952, Columbia University; Ph.D. 1955, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1959, New York Medical College. 

Kaplan, Mark H. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. A.B. 1962, Cornell University; M.D. 
1966, Cornell University Medical College. 

Kaplan, Norman L. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1954, Wesleyan College; M.D. 
1958, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Kaplan, Richard D. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1972, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1976, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Kaplan. Sandra Janet. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1963, George 
Washington University; M.D. 1967, Temple 
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Kaplan, Seymour Herman. Clinical Assistant 

Professor of Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1945, New 
York University; M.B. 1949, Chicago Medical 
School; M.D. 1950, Chicago Medical School. 

Kaplan, Stewart. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician. New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1971, New York University; M.D. 
1975, Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara 
(Mexico). 

Kaplitt, Martin J. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. M.D. 1963, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Kappas, Attallah. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. A.B. 1947, Columbia University; M.D. 
1950, University of Chicago Pritzker School of 
Medicine. 

Karafiol, Paul Elliott. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1974, State University of New York 
at Buffalo; M.D. 1978, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Kardon, Stephen B. Clinical Instructor of Radiology in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1963, Dartmouth College; M.D. 1967, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Karl, Peter Inchul. Assistant Professor of Physiology 
in Pediatrics. B.S. 1976, Middle Tennessee State 
University; M.S. 1978, Middle Tennessee State 
University; Ph.D. 1981, Mississippi State 
University. 

Karlin, David B. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Associate Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1950, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1954, New York 
Medical College; M.S. 1962, New York University. 

Karlson, Karen B. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Physician, St. 
Barnabas Medical Center. B.S. 1971, City 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1975, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Karlsrud, Katherine Jean. Clinical Instructor in 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1980, Albany Medical 
College. 

Karmason, Marilyn G. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1949, Barnard College; M.D. 
1953, Harvard Medical School. 

Karsten, Robert. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Dental 
and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1975, Colgate University; D.D.S. 
1978, New York University College of Dentistry. 

Karush, Nathaniel P. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1962, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1966, Boston University School of Medicine. 

Karush, Ruth K. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 



York Hospital. B.A. 1963, Barnard College; M.D. 
1967, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Kase, Stuart. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1955, Brown University; M.D. 1959, 
New York Medical College. 

Kashdan, Bennett Jay. Assistant Professor of 

Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1979, Dartmouth College; 
M.D. 1984, State University of New York at Stony 
Brook Health Science Center. 

Kass, Aileen F. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1958, New York University; 
M.D. 1962, New York Medical College. 

Kass, Walter. Adjunct Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1936, City College, City University 
of New York; M.S. 1938, City College, City 
University of New York; Ph.D. 1952, New York 
University. 

Katlowitz, Nachum M. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1977, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1981, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Katz, Alan Stewart. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 

1978, Brandeis University; M.S. 1980, California 
Institute of Technology; M.D. 1984, University of 
Vermont College of Medicine. 

Katz, Alvin. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1959, New York University; M.D. 1963, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Katz, Barbara. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Senior 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1977, Boston University; 
M.D. 1979, Boston University School of Medicine. 

Katz, David L. Assistant Professor of Radiology. B.A. 

1979, Emory University; M.D. 1983, Emory 
University School of Medicine. 

Katz, J. Harry. Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus 
of Medicine. Emeritus Staff, New York Hospital. 
Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.A. 1932, University of Pennsylvania; 
M.D. 1936, Hahnemann Medical College. 

Katz, Jack L. Professor of Clinical Psychiatry. B.A. 
1956, Columbia University; M.D. 1960, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Katz, Lawrence Alton. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1975, Columbia University; M.P.H. 1977, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1981 , George 
Washington University School of Medicine. 

Katz, Richard Jay. Clinical Instructor in Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York 
Hospital. Clinical Assistant Roentgenologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1971. Hofstra University; M.D. 1975, University of 
Oklahoma Health Science Center. 



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Katz, Seymour. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1960, City 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1964, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Katz, Susan Campbell. Clinical Instructor in 

Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1974, Barnard College; M.D. 1982, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Katzeff, Harvey Lee. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1976, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Katzman, Melanie Ann. Clinical Instructor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Professional Associate, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1980, University of 
Pennsylvania; M A. 1982, Arizona State 
University; Ph.D. 1984, Arizona State University. 

Kauer, George L, Jr. Clinical Associate Professor 
Emeritus of Medicine. Emeritus Staff, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1933, New York University; M.D 
1937, Cornell University Medical College. 

Kauff, Priscilla Fierman. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1962, 
Radcliffe College; Ph.D. 1969, New York 
University. 

Kaufman, Glenn. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1977, Colgate University; M.D. 1982, 
Chicago Medical School. 

Kaufman, Ira H. Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology. 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. Associate Attending Ophthalmologist, 
New York Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1949, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1953, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Kaufman, Richard J. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1948, Harvard University; M.D. 1952, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Kaufmann, Roderick Thomas, Jr. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1972, Lehigh University; M.D. 1981, 
University of Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. 
Medical School. 

Kaye, Jeremy Jon. Professor of Radiology. Attending 
Radiologist, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. 
Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.S. 1961, University of Notre Dame; 
M.D. 1965, Cornell University Medical College. 

Kaye, Robert Edward. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1959, Princeton University; M.D. 
1963, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

Kazam, Elias. Professor of Radiology. Attending 
Radiologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1961, City 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1966, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 



Kazenoff, Bob. Instructor in Medicine. B.A. 1975, 
Hofstra University; M.D. 1979, St. Louis University 
School of Medicine. 

Kean, Benjamin Harrison. Clinical Professor Emeritus 
of Medicine. Clinical Professor Emeritus of Public 
Health. Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. A.B. 1933, University of California, 
Berkeley, M.D. 1937, Columbia University College 
of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Keefe, Deborah L. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1973, Rice 
University; M.D. 1976, New York Medical College. 

Kelemen, John. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Neurology. Assistant Attending Neurologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1970, State 
University of New York at Binghamton; M.D. 1974, 
Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Kellman, Scott L. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1969, New York 
University; M.D. 1973, New York Medical College. 

Kellner, Aaron. Professor Emeritus of Clinical 
Pathology. Attending Pathologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1934, Yeshiva University; M.S. 
1936, Columbia University; M.D. 1939, University 
of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. 

Kelly, Andrew F. Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1978, Occidental College; M.S. 

1983, Pennsylvania State University; Ph.D. 1987, 
Pennsylvania State University. 

Kelly, Kevin. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1972, Williams College; M A. 
1975, University of Chicago; M.D. 1980, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Kelly, Robert Edward. Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1977, 
Michigan State University; M.D. 1981, University 
of Cincinnati College of Medicine. 

Kelsen, David Paul. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1968, Temple 
University; M.D. 1972, Hahnemann Medical 
College. 

Kemeny, Nancy Ellen. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1967, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1971, 
University of Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. 
Medical School. 

Kempin, Sanford Jay. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1965, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1971, Catholic University of Louvain 
(Belgium). 

Kenefick, Timothy Hugh. Clinical Instructor in 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1980, Williams College; M.D. 

1984, Cornell University Medical College. 
Kenet, Robert O. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 

Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 



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1977, Harvard University; M.Phil. 1983, Yale 
University; M.D. 1983, Yale University School of 
Medicine; Ph.D. 1983, Yale University. 

Kenigsberg, Kenneth. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1951, Wesleyan 
University; M.D. 1955, Harvard Medical School. 

Kent, Donald Lawrence. Clinical Instructor in 
Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1968, Brown University; M.D. 1972, Yale 
University School of Medicine. 

Kent, Donald Seymour. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Medicine. Honorary Staff, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1942, Cornell University; 
M.D. 1945, Cornell University Medical College. 

Kent, Joan L. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1980, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1984, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Kernan, Nancy Avery. Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1974, Wheaton College; M.D. 1978. 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Kernberg, Otto F. Professor of Psychiatry. Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1947, 
University of Chile Medical School (Chile); M.D. 
1953, University of Chile Medical School (Chile). 

Kernberg, Paulina F. Associate Professor of 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1952, University of Chile 
Medical School (Chile); M.D. 1959, University of 
Chile Medical School (Chile). 

Kerner, Jon Fredrik. Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Public Health. Assistant Attending 
Epidemiologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.S. 1972, McGill University (Canada); 
Ph.D. 1980, New York University. 

Kerr, M. Dorothea. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1944, Ohio State University; 
M.D. 1950, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Kessler, Alan Arden. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, 
State University of New York at Buffalo; M.D. 

1978, Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara 
(Mexico). 

Kessler, Bradley Howard. Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1978, Union College; M.D. 
1982, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Kessler, Daniel Bruce. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1971 , Columbia University; 
M.D. 1978, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Kessler, Jeffrey T. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Neurology. Attending Neurologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1965, Wesleyan 



University; M.D. 1969, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Kestenbaum, Alan David. Instructor in 

Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 

Anesthesiologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1980, 

Boston University; M.D. 1985, Boston University 

School of Medicine. 
Khadavi, Michael Manoucher. Clinical Instructor in 

Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, North 

Shore University Hospital. M.D. 1964, University 

of Teheran (Iran). 
Khakoo, Yusuf Mohamedali. Clinical Instructor in 

Pediatrics. M.B.B.S. 1962, Grant Medical College 

of Bombay University (India). 
Khine, Michael Maung. Assistant Professor of 

Pathology. Attending Pathologist, Catholic 

Medical Center of Brooklyn and Queens. M.B.B.S. 

1959, University of Rangoon College of Medicine 

(Burma). 

Kho, Inocencio C. Clinical Instructor in 

Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1963, University of Santo Tomas (Philippines); 
M.D. 1968, University of Santo Tomas 
(Philippines). 

Khuri, Elizabeth Tyson. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Public Health. Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1953, Mount Holyoke College; M.D. 1957, 
Temple University School of Medicine. 

Kibel, Howard David. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1958, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1962, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Kidd, John G. Professor Emeritus of Pathology. A.B. 
1928, Duke University; M.D. 1932, Johns Hopkins 
University School of Medicine. 

Kiehn, Timothy E. Associate Professor of Diagnostic 
Microbiology in Clinical Medicine. Microbiologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1961, University of Notre Dame; B.S. 1963, 
University of Washington; M.S. 1967, University of 
Arizona; Ph.D. 1 971 , University of Arizona. 

Kiev, Ari. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1954, Harvard University; M.D. 
1958. Cornell University Medical College. 

Kim, Eun-Mi. Visiting Instructor in Pediatrics. M.M.S. 
1983. Yonsei University (Korea); M.D. 1980, 
Yonsei University (Korea). 

Kim, Hae Ahm. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1958, Seoul National 
University of Medicine (Korea). 

Kim, Hyun Chul. Visiting Instructor in Medicine. M.D. 
1973, Kyung Pook National University College of 
Medicine (Korea); M.S. 1976, Kyungpook National 
University (Korea); D.M.Sc. 1982, Kyungpook 
National University (Korea). 

Kim, Kwang-Jin. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Professor of Physiology and Biophysics. 
B.S.E.E. 1971, Seoul National University (Korea); 
M.S.E.E. 1973, Seoul National University (Korea); 
Ph.D. 1980, University of Pennsylvania. 



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Kim, Kwang-Soo. Assistant Professor of 
Neuroscience. B.S. 1977, Seoul National 
University (Korea); M.S. 1979, Korea Advanced 
Institute of Science and Technology; Ph.D. 1982, 
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and 
Technology. 

Kim, Young Sook. Assistant Professor of Radiology 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1973, Korea University Medical 
College (Korea). 

Kimberly, Robert Parker. Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. Assistant Attending Physician, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. A.B. 1968, Princeton 
University; M.D. 1973, Harvard Medical School; 
B.A. 1978, Oxford University (United Kingdom); 
M.A. 1978, Oxford University (United Kingdom). 

King, Arnold David. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Associate Attending Surgeon, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1955, McGill 
University (Canada); M.D. 1959, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

King, Gladstone Errol. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 
M B. B.S. 1966, University of the West Indies 
Faculty of Medicine (Jamaica). 

King, Thomas K. C. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Professor of Medicine in Physiology 
and Biophysics. Associate Attending Physician, 
New York Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1959, University of 
Edinburgh (United Kingdom); M.D. 1963, 
University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom). 

Kinne, David Weir. Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. A.B. 1957, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1964, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Kirstein, Kenneth Scott. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1971, Queens College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1975, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Kisnadwala, Hiten Vithal. Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.B.B.S. 
1980, Topiwala Medical College of Bombay 
University (India). 

Kitchin, F. David. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Ophthalmology. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1947, University of 
Liverpool Faculty of Medicine (United Kingdom); 
M.D. 1959, University of Liverpool Faculty of 
Medicine (United Kingdom). 

Klavins, Janis V. Professor of Pathology. Attending 
Pathologist, Catholic Medical Center of Brooklyn 
and Queens. M.D. 1948, C. Albrechts University, 
Kiel (West Germany); Ph.D. 1959, C. Albrechts 
University, Kiel (West Germany). 

Klaw, Elliot Robert. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1967, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1971, State 
University of New York at Buffalo School of 
Medicine. 



Klein, Arthur Alan. Professor of Clinical Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1968, Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology; M.D. 1972, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Klein, Harvey. Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 

1959, University of Chicago; M.D. 1963, Harvard 

Medical School. 
Klein, Irwin L. Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Attending Physician, North Shore University 

Hospital. B.A. 1969, University of Pennsylvania; 

M.D. 1973, New York University School of 

Medicine. 

Klein, Ludwig. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1955, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1959, Albany 
Medical College. 

Klein, Renate Franziska. Assistant Professor of 
Pathology. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1977, New York University; Ph.D. 
1985, Cornell University. 

Klein, Richard Lewis. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
A.B. 1953. Cornell University; M.D. 1957, New 
York University School of Medicine. 

Klein, Victor R. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. B.A. 1976, Queens College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1980, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Klerman, Gerald Lawrence. Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1950, Cornell University; M.D. 1954, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Kligfield, Paul David. Associate Professor of 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. Assistant Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1966, Queens College, City University of New 
York; B.S. 1968, Dartmouth College; M.D. 1970, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Kline, Susan Anderson. Adjunct Associate Professor 
of Public Health. Emeritus Staff, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1959, Ohio University; M.D. 1963, 
Northwestern University Medical School. 

Klingon, Gerald Harvey. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Neurology. Associate Attending Neurologist, 
New York Hospital. Associate Attending 
Neurologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. A.B. 1942, Columbia University; M.D. 
1945, Cornell University Medical College. 

Kluger, Alan J. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1975, University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D. 1979, Boston University 
School of Medicine. 

Klyde, Barry J. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1969, Cornell University; M.D. 
1974, Stanford University School of Medicine. 

Knapper, William Hedrick. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Surgery. Attending Surgeon, Memorial 



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Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 1962, 
Temple University School of Medicine. 

Knowles, Richard J. R. Associate Professor of 
Physics in Radiology. B.S. 1965, St. Louis 
University; M.S. 1969, Cornell University; Ph.D. 
1979, Polytechnic Institute of New York. 

Ko, Li-Wen. Instructor in Pathology. B.S. 1972, 

National Taiwan University; M.S. 1975, University 
of Washington; Ph.D. 1979, Ohio State University. 

Kochen, Joseph A. Professor of Pediatrics. Attending 
Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1952, McGill 
University (Canada); Ph.D. 1956, McGill 
University (Canada); M.D. 1960, University of 
Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. 

Kocsis, James H. Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1964, Amherst College; M.D. 1968, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Koenigsberg, Harold Warren. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1967, 
Columbia University; M.A. 1969, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1974, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Koff, Howard Daniel. Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1980, 
City College, City University of New York; M.D. 
1982, State University of New York at Stony 
Brook Health Science Center. 

Kofman, Sharon. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1968, New York University; M.A. 
1973, New York University; Ph.D. 1976, New York 
University. 

Kogan, Richard. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1977, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1982, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Kohl, Richard N. Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry. 

Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. B.A. 1938, 

University of Cincinnati; M.D. 1942, University of 

Cincinnati College of Medicine. 
Koizumi, June Harumi. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Pathology. Associate Attending Pathologist, New 

York Hospital. A.B. 1971, University of Chicago; 

M.D. 1976, University of Illinois College of 

Medicine. 

Kolchin, Richard Alan. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, Catholic 
Medical Center of Brooklyn and Queens. B.S. 

1973, Yale University; M.D. 1981, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn; 
Ph.D. 1984, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Kolesnick, Richard Neal. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 

1974, Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 1978, 
University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. 

Kolitz, Jonathan Eliahu. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Assistant Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1975, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1979, Yale University School of Medicine. 



Kolker, Anne Catherine. Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist. Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1969, Tufts University; M.A. 
1971, Hunter College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1980, Chicago Medical School. 

Konig, Peter. Professor of Clinical Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.D. 1966, Hebrew University (Israel); 
Ph.D. 1974, University of London (United 
Kingdom). 

Konovitch, Jonathan W. Clinical Instructor in 

Anesthesiology. M.D. 1974, University Javeriana 
Faculty of Medicine (Colombia). 

Korey, Barry. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, Sarah Lawrence 
College; M.D. 1982, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Kosovsky, Peter Alan. Assistant Professor of 

Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1977, University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D. 1981 , New York Medical 
College. 

Koteen, Herbert. Clinical Associate Professor 

Emeritus of Medicine. Emeritus Staff, New York 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Physician, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. A.B. 1935, University of 
Wisconsin; M.D. 1939, Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine. 

Koteen, Seymour M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Dental and Oral). Associate Attending 
Dentist (Periodontist), New York Hospital. D.D.S. 
1941 , New York University School of Medicine. 

Kotsoris, Harriet Olga. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Neurology. A.B. 1976, Barnard College; M.D. 
1980, University of Rochester School of Medicine 
and Dentistry. 

Kourides, lone Anne. Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1963, Wellesley College; M.D. 
1967, Harvard Medical School. 

Koutcher, Jason A. Assistant Professor of Physics in 
Radiology. Associate Attending Physicist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Associate Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1972, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.D. 
1979, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn; Ph.D. 1979, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Koutras, Andreas. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. M.D. 1965, National 
University of Athens Faculty of Medicine (Greece). 

Kovner, Richard. Assistant Professor of 

Neuropsychology in Neuroscience. Attending 
Neuropsychologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1960, Queens College. City 
University of New York; Ph.D. 1971, State 
University of New York at Stony Brook. 

Kraft, Howard J. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. 



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B.S. 1971, St. Lawrence University; M.D. 1975, 
State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Kramer, Elmer Ernest. Professor Emeritus of 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. Professor Emeritus of 
Clinical Pathology. Honorary Staff, New York 
Hospital. Attending Pathologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1935, Tulane University; M.D. 1938, 
Tulane University School of Medicine. 

Kramer, Jan Lloyd. Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1974, 
University of Maryland; M.D. 1987, Johns Hopkins 
University School of Medicine. 

Kramer, Marc B. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Audiology in Otorhinolaryngology. Consultant, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1965, Temple University; M A. 1967, Temple 
University; Ph.D. 1972, City University of New 
York Graduate School and University Center. 

Kramer, Samuel. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1956, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1962, University 
of California, Los Angeles, School of Medicine. 

Krauss, Alfred Nathaniel. Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Associate Professor of Pediatrics in 
Physiology and Biophysics. Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1959, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1963, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Krauss, Herbert H. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1961, 
Pennsylvania State University; M.S. 1962, 
Pennsylvania State University; Ph.D. 1966, 
Northwestern University. 

Krauss, Kenneth R. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1962, University of Rochester; M.D. 1965, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Krauss, Marlene Renee. Clinical Instructor in 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1965, 
Cornell University; M B A. 1967, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1979, Harvard Medical School. 

Kravis, Nathan Mark. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1979, 
University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1983, University 
of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Kreek, Mary Jeanne. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Adjunct Associate Professor of Public 
Health. Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1958, Wellesley College; 
M.D. 1962, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Kreis, Willi. Associate Research Professor of 

Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. Adjunct 
Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. M.D. 1954, University of Zurich 
(Switzerland); Ph.D. 1957, University of Basel 
(Switzerland). 



Kreissig, Ingrid. Adjunct Professor of Clinical 
Ophthalmology. M.D. 1960, F. Wilhelms 
University, Bonn (West Germany). 

Krieger, Karl Hemingway. Associate Professor of 
Surgery (Cardiothoracic). Assistant Attending 
Surgeon (Cardiothoracic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1970, Amherst College; M.D. 1975, 
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Krim, Eileen Yvetle. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1972, New York 
University; M.D. 1975, New York Medical College. 

Kris, Mark Gregory. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1973, Fordham 
University; M.D. 1977, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Krishnasastry, K. V. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1973, Guntur 
Medical College of Andhra University (India). 

Krol, George. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Radiology. Associate Attending Roentgenologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1968, Academy of Medicine, 
Krakow (Poland). 

Krook, Lennart. Professor of Radiology. D.V.M. 1953, 
Royal Veterinary College (Sweden); Ph.D. 1957, 
Royal Veterinary College (Sweden). 

Kroop, Steven A. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Senior Assistant Attending Radiologist. North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1973, Yale 
University; M.D. 1977, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Kross, Ronald Anthony. Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist. Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1972, University of 
Connecticut; M.D. 1977, University of Connecticut 
School of Medicine. 

Krown, Susan Ellen. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 
1967, Barnard College; M.D. 1971, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Kruger, Robert S. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1969, Columbia University; M.P.H. 
1973, Yale University; Ph.D. 1976, Yale 
University. 

Krupen, Jeffrey M. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1977, Adelphi University; 
M.D. 1982, New York Medical College. 

Krysiewicz, Susan C. Assistant Professor of 

Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1978, Dartmouth College; 
M.D. 1981, Dartmouth Medical School. 

Kubec, Erwin Owen. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1955, Fordham 
University; M.D. 1959, New York Medical College. 



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Kudlak, Theresa Tatiana. Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Associate Attending 
Anesthesiologist. New York Hospital. B.A. 1971, 
Barnard College; M A. 1972, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1979, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Kuehl, Alexander E. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Clinical Surgery. B.A. 1966, Johns Hopkins 
University; M.D. 1970, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Syracuse; M.P.H. 
1976, Johns Hopkins University. 

Kugler, Jay. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1974, Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology; M.D. 1978, Mount Sinai School of 
Medicine. 

Kuhel, William I. Assistant Professor of 

Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1979, University of Michigan; M.D. 1983, 
University of Michigan Medical School. 

Kumar, Ashok. Associate Research Professor of Cell 
Biology in Medicine. B.S. 1958, Raza College 
(India); M.S. 1960, Bareilly College (India); Ph.D. 

1963, Allahabad University (India). 

Kumar, Smita R. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1981. South Gujarat University 
Government Medical College (India). 

Kunken, Frederic Robert. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Surgery (Dental and Oral). Attending Dentist, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1963, 
University of Pittsburgh; D.M.D. 1967. University 
of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. 

Kurtz, Martin. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1948, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Kurtz, Robert Chandler. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 

1964, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1968, 
Jefferson Medical College. 

Kurz, Kenneth R. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 

(Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1976, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1980, Mount Sinai School of 
Medicine. 

Kushner, Brian Harris. Instructor in Pediatrics. Clinical 
Assistant Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. A.B. 1972, Harvard College; M.D. 
1976, Johns Hopkins University School of 
Medicine. 

Kushner, Hillary S. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1977, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1981, University of Connecticut 
School of Medicine. 

Kuslansky, Phillip. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1961, Queens College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1965, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Kutcher, Gerald J. Assistant Professor of Physics in 
Radiology. Associate Attending Physicist, 



Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1965, City College, City University of New York; 
Ph.D. 1973, City College, City University of New 
York. 

Kutt, Henn. Professor of Neurology and 

Neuroscience. Associate Professor of Neurology 
in Pharmacology. Attending Neurologist. New 
York Hospital. Consultant, Burke Rehabilitation 
Center. M.D. 1950, Goethe University, Frankfurt 
(West Germany). 

Kwawer, Jay S. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1966, 
Columbia University; Ph.D. 1 971 , New York 
University. 

Labar, Douglas R. Assistant Professor of Neurology 
and Neuroscience. Assistant Attending 
Neurologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1976, 
Muhlenberg College; Ph.D. 1981, Medical College 
of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1982, Medical College of 
Pennsylvania. 

Laboard, Barbara A. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1973, Barnard College; M.D. 1979, 
University of Medicine and Dentistry of N. J.. N. J. 
Medical School. 

Labow, Samuel Barry. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1958, McGill University 
(Canada); M.D.C.M. 1962, McGill University 
College of Medicine (Canada). 

Lachenmeyer, Juliane Rasic. Adjunct Associate 
Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry. 
Professional Associate, New York Hospital. B.A 
1964, Manhattanville College; M.A. 1968, 
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Ph.D. 
1976, Columbia University. 

Lacher, Mortimer Jacob. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1951, Syracuse University; M.D. 1955, Chicago 
Medical School. 

Lacoius-Petruccelli, Alberto. Clinical Instructor in 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1952, Republica University 
(Uruguay). 

LaCorte, Michael Anthony. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1967, Queens 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1971, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

LaGuardia, Katherine Duer. Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Professor of 
Public Health. Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1976, 
American University; M.D. 1981, George 
Washington University School of Medicine; M.P.H. 
1987, Columbia University. 

Lahita, Robert George. Adjunct Associate Professor 
of Pharmacology in Medicine. Associate Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1967. St. 
Peter's College; M.D. 1973, Jefferson Medical 
College; Ph.D. 1973, Thomas Jefferson 
University. 

Lai, Chun-Yen. Adjunct Professor of Biochemistry. 
B.S. 1953, National Taiwan University; M.S. 1957. 



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National Taiwan University; Ph.D. 1961. 
University of Illinois. 

Lai, James Chung Kang. Assistant Professor of 

Biochemistry. Assistant Professor of Biochemistry 
in Neuroscience. B.S. 1970. University of Wales 
(United Kingdom); M.S. 1971, University of 
Birmingham (United Kingdom); Ph.D. 1975, 
University of London (United Kingdom) 

Laino. Peter. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Associate Attending 
Ophthalmologist. New York Hospital. Consultant. 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center B.S. 
1954, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1963. University of Geneva 
(Switzerland). 

Lamaute, Henry Robert. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
M.D. 1966. University of Haiti, Faculty of Medicine 
and Pharmacy. 

Lambertsen, Eleanor Catherine. Professor Emeritus 
of Nursing in Medicine. B.S. 1949. Columbia 
University, Teachers College; M A. 1950. 
Columbia University, Teachers College; Ed D 
1957, Columbia University. Teachers College 

LaMonte, Charles Southwick. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Medicine. Attending Physician. Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1956, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1960. Harvard Medical 
School. 

Landau. Phyllis Susan. Clinical Instructor in 

Pediatrics. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1965, Cornell University; M.D. 1971. New 
York Medical College. 

Landis, Bernard. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B S. 1948, 
Syracuse University; M A. 1959. New School for 
Social Research; Ph.D. 1963, New School for 
Social Research. 

Landolt. Allison Booth. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist. New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1941, Princeton University; 
M.D. 1944, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Lane, Frederick Ellison. Clinical Associate Professor 
Emeritus of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Honorary 
Staff, North Shore University Hospital. B.A 1928. 
Columbia University; M.D. 1932. Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Lane, Joseph Michael. Professor of Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Attending Surgeon, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Attending 
Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic 
Surgery). New York Hospital. Consultant, North 
Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1961. Columbia 
University; M.D. 1965. Harvard Medical School. 

Lane. Lewis B. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Senior Assistant Attending 
Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1970. Columbia University; M.D. 1974, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Lang, Paul Bruce. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. Senior Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. B.A 



1969, New York University; M.D. 1973. Cornell 

University Medical College 
Lang, Samuel J. Assistant Professor of Surgery 

(Cardiothoracic). Assistant Professor of Surgery in 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Surgeon 

(Cardiothoracic Surgery). New York Hospital. 

D.V.M. 1974. Auburn University; M D. 1978, 

University of Alabama School of Medicine. 
Lanoil, Jerry. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry Assistant Attending 

Psychologist. New York Hospital. B.A. 1965. 

Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 

M A 1968, New School for Social Research; 

Ph.D. 1974, New School for Social Research. 
Lantz, Howard Theodore. Clinical Instructor in 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician. New 

York Hospital. B.A. 1966. New York University; 

M.D 1970. New York Medical College. 
Lapi. Nicholas Frank. Assistant Professor of 

Pathology. B.S. 1950, St. Francis College; M D 

1957, University of Turin (Italy). 
LaQuaglia, Michael Patrick. Assistant Professor of 

Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon. Memorial 

Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center B.S. 1972. New 

Jersey Institute of Technology: M.D. 1976. 

College of Medicine and Dentistry. Rutgers 

University. 

Laragh. John Henry. Hilda Altschul Master Professor 
of Medicine. Attending Physician. New York 
Hospital M.D 1948. Cornell University Medical 
College. 

LaRosa. James J. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1971, Fordham 
University; M.D. 1975. New York Medical College. 

Larrivee. Denis Charles. Assistant Professor of 

Physiology and Biophysics. B.S. 1973. University 
of Lowell: Ph.D. 1979, Purdue University. 

Larsen. Martha Carlisle. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1950, Carleton College: B.S. 1951. University of 
Minnesota; M.D. 1954. University of Minnesota 
Medical School. 

Larson. Steven Mark. Professor of Radiology. 
Attending Roentgenologist. Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1963. University of 
Washington; M.D. 1968, University of Washington 
School of Medicine. 

La Sala. Stephen Ralph. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician. 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1966, St. 
John's College; M.D. 1973. University of 
Montpellier (France). 

Lasken. Roger S. Assistant Professor of 
Neuroscience. B.A. 1973. California State 
University. Northridge; Ph.D. 1985. University of 
Southern California. 

Laskin, Oscar L. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Adjunct Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pharmacology. A.B. 1972. Temple University; 
M.D. 1976. Temple University School of Medicine. 

LaTrenta. Gregory Stephan. Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Plastic Surgery). Assistant Attending 
Surgeon. New York Hospital. Assistant Attending 
Surgeon, Manhattan Eye. Ear and Throat 



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Hospital. B.A. 1976, Williams College; M.D. 1980. 
New York Medical College. 

Lau, Nina Louie. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, La Guardia 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital B.A. 1976, Barnard College; M.D. 
1982, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Laufer, Ludwig Gerald. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1948, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Laughlin, John S. Professor of Physics in Radiology 
Attending Physicist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. Attending Physicist, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. A.B. 1940, Willamette University; 
M.A. 1942, Haverford College; M.S. 1942, 
Haverford College; Ph.D. 1947, University of 
Illinois. 

Laurence, Jeffrey Conrad. Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1972, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1976, University of Chicago Pritzker School 
of Medicine. 

Laver, Joseph. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 1978, Technion 
Medical School (Israel) 

Lavy, Uri. Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. Ad|unct Attending Staff, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1960, Hebrew University (Israel). 

Lavyne, Michael Hugh. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon 
(Neurosurgery), New York Hospital. A.B. 1968, 
Williams College; M.D. 1972, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Lawrence, Loretta Pansini. Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1976, Fordham 
University; M.D. 1981 , Mount Sinai School of 
Medicine. 

Lax, Ruth Franceska. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1947, New 
York University; M.A. 1952, New York University; 
Ph.D. 1961, New York University. 

Laxer, Joel. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1978, New York University; M.D. 
1982, New York University School of Medicine. 

Lazar, Zoe L. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1969, 
Brandeis University; Ed.D. 1974, Boston 
University School of Medicine. 

Learning, Robert Hubert. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Radiology. Associate Attending Radiation 
Therapist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center B.S. 1942, Rutgers State University; M.D. 
1945, Jefferson Medical College. 

Leavy, Barbara Fass. Adjunct Professor of English in 
Psychiatry. B.A. 1964, Queens College, City 



University of New York; M.A. 1965, New York 
University; Ph.D. 1968, New York University. 

Leber, George B. Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1972, Cornell University; M.D. 
1976. Albany Medical College. 

Lebetkin, Lewis Martin. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1968, Princeton 
University; M.D. 1977, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Leblanc, Patrick Elie. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Attending Neonatologist, Catholic Medical Center 
of Brooklyn and Queens. M.D. 1981 , University of 
Haiti, Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy. 

Lebowitz, Nancy Beth. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1978, 
Dartmouth College; M.D. 1982, University of 
Cincinnati College of Medicine. 

Lebwohl, David E. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Assistant Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. A.B. 1976, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1981, Yale University School of Medicine. 

LeClair, Julie Gould Instructor of Psychology in 

Pediatrics. Instructor of Psychology in Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychologist, New York 
Hospital Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1979, Cornell University; Ph.D. 
1985, Catholic University of America. 

LeClercq, Gary R. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Public Health. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1966, Stanford University; 
M.D. 1971, Stanford University School of 
Medicine. 

Lederberg, Joshua. Adjunct Professor of Genetics in 
Pediatrics. B.A. 1944, Columbia University; Ph.D. 
1947, Yale University. 

Lederberg, Marguerite Stein. Clinical Associate 
Professor of Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychiatrist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1957, Bryn Mawr College; 
M.D. 1961 , Yale University School of Medicine. 

Ledger, William Joe. Given Foundation Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology (chairman). 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist-in-Chief, New York 
Hospital. Consultant, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1954. Princeton University; M.D. 
1958, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

Lee, Anna Catherine. Clinical Instructor of Psychology 
in Psychiatry. Psychologist to Out-Patient 
Department, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
Professional Associate, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1971, Emory University; M.S. 1972, Florida State 
University; Ph.D. 1980, Adelphi University. 

Lee, Burton J., III. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. A.B. 1952, Yale University; M.D. 1956, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Lee, Chin Ok. Professor of Physiology and 

Biophysics. B.S. 1965. Seoul National University 
of Medicine (Korea); M.S. 1967, Seoul National 



156 Faculty of the Medical College 



University of Medicine (Korea); Ph.D. 1973, 
Indiana University School of Medicine. 

Lee, Gene (Chin) W. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Senior Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1960, Seoul National 
University of Medicine (Korea); M.D. 1964, Seoul 
National University of Medicine (Korea). 

Lee, Jason Chi. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Dental and Oral). Associate Attending 
Dentist (Prosthodontist), New York Hospital. B.S. 
1962, National Taiwan University; D.D.S. 1962, 
National Taiwan University; D.D.S. 1967, New 
York University College of Dentistry. 

Lee, Michael Myung-Hee. Clinical Instructor of 
Anesthesiology in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, 
New York Hospital. M.D. 1966. Seoul National 
University of Medicine (Korea). 

Lee, Robert Earl. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine 
in Psychiatry. Consultant, Burke Rehabilitation 
Center. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1948, Colgate University; M.D. 
1952, Cornell University Medical College. 

Lee, S. Philip. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1968, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1980, Yale University School of 
Medicine. 

Lee, Shirley J. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1980, New York University; M.P.H. 1985, Yale 
University; M.D. 1985, Yale University School of 
Medicine. 

Leeper, Robert D. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettermg Cancer Center. B.S. 1949, University of 
Idaho; M.D. 1953, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Leff, Ronald A. Assistant Professor of Clinical 

Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist. New 
York Hospital A.B. 1966. Rutgers State 
University; M.D. 1974, Jefferson Medical College. 

Lefkowits, Henry Jesse. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1948, New York 
University; M.D. 1952, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Lefkowitz, Barry J. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1973, Queens 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1978, 
Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Lehman, Thomas Joseph Ansorge. Associate 
Professor of Pediatrics. Associate Attending 
Physician, Hospital for Special Surgery. Associate 
Scientist, Hospital for Special Surgery. A.B. 1970. 
University of California, Berkeley; M.D. 1974, 
Jefferson Medical College. 

Leibel, Rudolph Laurence. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Pediatrics. Associate Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1963, 
Colgate University; M.D. 1967, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Leidner, Sheldon David. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettermg Cancer Center. B.A. 1968, 



Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 

M.D. 1972, New York Medical College. 
Lemchen, Marc Stuart. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 

(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist 

(Orthodontist), New York Hospital. B.A. 1966, 

Lafayette College; D.M.D. 1970, Tufts University 

School of Medicine. 
Lentini. Sebastian J. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 

(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist 

(Endodontist), New York Hospital. B.A. 1966. 

Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 

D.D.S. 1970, Howard University College of 

Medicine. 

Leopold, Richard Arnold. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1979. University of 
Rochester; M.D 1983, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Lepp. Keith A. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist. New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1973, University of Nebraska; 
M.D. 1976, University of Nebraska College of 
Medicine. 

Lerman, Bruce Bart. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1972, Clark University; M.D. 1977, 
Loyola University Stntch School of Medicine. 

Lerner, Adele A. Associate Archivist. B.A. 1960, 
University of Rochester; M.L.S. 1971 , Columbia 
University. 

Lerner, Larry I. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B A 1978. City College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1978, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Lese, Leo Robert. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettermg Cancer Center. B.A. 1951 . New York 
University; M.D. 1955, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Lesko, Lynna M. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1969, Wheaton College; Ph D 1973, University of 
Rochester; M.D. 1977, University of Rochester 
School of Medicine and Dentistry. 

Lesser, Martin L. Assistant Professor of Biostatistics 
in Public Health. A.B. 1974, Cornell University; 
M.S. 1976, Rutgers State University; Ph.D. 1978, 
Rutgers State University. 

Levenbrown. Jack. Assistant Professor of Clinical 
Radiology. Assistant Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Radiologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. Attending Pediatrician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1964, 
Yeshiva University; M.D. 1968, George 
Washington University School of Medicine. 

Levi, Alexander Hecht. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1967, 
Trinity College; MBA. 1969, Columbia University; 
M A. 1973, Adelphi University; Ph.D. 1975. 
Adelphi University. 



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Levi, Patrizia A. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1966, University of Florence 
Faculty of Medicine (Italy). 

Levi, Roberto. Professor of Pharmacology. M.D. 
1960, University of Florence Faculty of Medicine 
(Italy). 

Levin, Aaron Reuben. Professor of Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1948, University of 
Witwatersrand (South Africa); M.B.B.Ch. 1953, 
University of Witwatersrand (South Africa); Ph.D. 
1968, University of Witwatersrand (South Africa). 

Levin, LeRoy R. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1958, New York 
University; M.D. 1962, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Levin, Sheryl Rina. Clinical Instructor of Rehabilitation 
Medicine in Surgery. Assistant Attending 
Physiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1980, 
Barnard College; M.D. 1984, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Levine, Barbara Sue. Assistant Professor of Nutrition 
in Medicine. B.S. 1973, Montclair State College; 
M.S. 1974, Rutgers State University; Ph.D. 1983, 
New York University. 

Levine, Daniel M. Assistant Professor of Biochemistry. 

A. B. 1977, Earlham College; Ph.D. 1983, 
University of Maryland. 

Levine, David B. Professor of Clinical Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic 
Surgery), Hospital for Special Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1953, Dartmouth College; M.D. 
1967, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Syracuse. 

Levine, David Jeffrey. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist 
(Pedodontist), New York Hospital. B.S. 1968, 
University of Cincinnati; D.D.S. 1972, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Levine, Melvin. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1960, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Levine, Michael R. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. B.A. 
1981, Columbia University; M.D. 1985, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Levine, Milton Isra. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Pediatrics. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. 

B. S. 1923, City College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1927, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Levis, William Robert. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. 

B.S. 1961, University of Wisconsin, Madison; M.D. 

1964, University of Wisconsin Medical School. 
Levitan, Jan V. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Radiology. Associate Attending Radiologist, St. 

Barnabas Medical Center. B.A. 1969, University of 

Pennsylvania; M.D. 1973, University of 

Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 
Levitan, Marjorie Ruth. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 



B.S. 1979, Sophie Davis School of Biomedical 
Education, City University of N.Y.; M.D. 1981, 
Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 
Levitt, Geraldine L. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, 
North Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1948, New 
York University; M.D. 1953, New York Medical 
College. 

Levitt, Jane E. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1973, Cornell University; M.D. 

1976, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Levy, Brian L. Clinical Instructor in Medicine 

(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1975, Cornell University; M.D. 
1979, Johns Hopkins University School of 
Medicine. 

Levy, David Edward. Associate Professor of 

Neurology. Associate Attending Neurologist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1963, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1968, Harvard Medical School. 

Levy, Morton. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1957, Washington 
University; M.D. 1961, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Levy-Ravetch, Miriam. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1975, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1979, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Lew, Arthur. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1964, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1968, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Lewin, Margaret. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1963, Purdue University; M.S. 
1966, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; M.D. 

1977, Case Western Reserve University School of 
Medicine. 

Lewin, Michael Leon. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1970, Adelphi University; M.D. 
1974, Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara 
(Mexico). 

Lewis, Alfred B. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1949, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1953, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

Lewis, Charles Mark. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1950, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Lewis, John Leeman, Jr. Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. Consultant. 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1952, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1957, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Lewisohn, Marjorie Greta. Clinical Associate 
Professor of Medicine. Associate Attending 



158 Faculty of the Medical College- 



Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1940, 
University of Michigan; M.D. 1944, Johns Hopkins 
University School of Medicine. 

Ley, Allyn B. Clinical Professor of Medicine. A.B. 
1939, Dartmouth College; M.D. 1942, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Lhamon, William Taylor. Professor Emeritus of 
Psychiatry. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1936, Stanford University; M.D. 1940, 
Stanford University School of Medicine. 

Li, Yixin. Instructor in Medicine. B.S. 1976, University 
of Science and Technology of China; M.S. 1983, 
Institute of Radiation Medicine (China); Ph.D. 
1985, Institute of Radiation Medicine (China). 

Liang, Edward Yin. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1952, George Washington 
University; M.D. 1956, Harvard Medical School. 

Libby, Daniel Miles. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1971, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1974, Baylor College of Medicine. 

Libin, Barry M. Clinical Instructor of Surgery (Dental 
and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist 
(Periodontist), New York Hospital. B.A. 1965. 
University of Rochester; D.D.S. 1969, New York 
University College of Dentistry; M.D.S. 1972, New 
York University. 

Lichtenfeld, Peter J. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Neurology. Assistant Attending Neurologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1961 , City 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1965, 
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Lichtenstein, Eric Stefan. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, La 
Guardia Hospital. Assistant Attending Physician, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1962, Colgate University; 
M.D. 1968, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Lichtman, Stuart Marvin. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician. North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1976. Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Institute; M.D. 1980, Mount Sinai 
School of Medicine. 

Lieberman, Bruce A. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1965. Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1970, New York 
Medical College. 

Lieberman, Dorothy. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1956, University of Toronto 
Faculty of Medicine (Canada). 

Lieberman, Jerrold S. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1943, Cornell University; M.D. 
1946, Cornell University Medical College. 

Lieberman, Philip Henry. Professor of Pathology. 
Attending Pathologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1947, New York University; 
M.S. 1949, New York University; M.D. 1953, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Syracuse. 

Lieberman, Roy H. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 



York Hospital. A.B. 1959. Cornell University; M.D. 
1963, New York Medical College. 

Liebowitz, Jerome Harvey. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1965, Trinity 
College; M.D. 1969, Columbia University College 
of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Lief-Dienstag, Deborah. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1976, City 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1980, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Liem, Heng. Associate Research Professor of 

Biochemistry in Pediatrics. M.D. 1959, University 
of Indonesia. 

Lien, Cynthia Ann. Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1989, Brown University; M.D. 1985. 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Lifshey, Frederick M. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Oral 
Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, State 
University of New York at Stony Brook; D.D.S. 
1973, New York University College of Dentistry. 

Lifshitz, Fima. Professor of Pediatrics. Attending 
Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. 
M.D. 1961, National School of Medicine (Mexico). 

Lightdale. Charles J. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 
1962, Princeton University; M.D. 1966, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Lin, Andrew N. Visiting Instructor in Medicine. B.S. 
1975, University of British Columbia (Canada); 
M.D. 1978, University of British Columbia Faculty 
of Medicine (Canada). 

Lin, Hong-Zen. Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology. 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.D. 1966, Kaohsiung Medical College 
(Taiwan). 

Lin, Irene C. Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Associate Attending Anesthesiologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1962, Barnard 
College; M.D. 1966, Columbia University College 
of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Lin, Robert C. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. M.D. 1960, National 
Defense Medical Center, Shanghai (China). 

Lincoff. Anne Sydney. Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1978, Cornell University; M.D. 1982, New 
York Medical College. 

Lincoff. Harvey Allen. Professor of Ophthalmology. 
Attending Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. 
Consultant. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. A.B. 1943. Harvard University; M.D. 1948, 
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. 

Linet, Leslie S. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1964, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1968, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 



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Linsky, Ronald M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1953, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1957, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Lipkin, Martin. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1946, New York University; M.D. 1950, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Lipper, Evelyn G. Assistant Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1966, Simmons College; M.D. 
1971, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Lipton, Edgar Louis. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1948, Bowman Gray School 
of Medicine. 

Lissak, Louis Jay. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1964, 
University of Dayton; M.D. 1969, Chicago Medical 
School. 

Lister, Elena Goldstein. Clinical Instructor in 

Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

B.A. 1978, Cornell University; M.D. 1982, Cornell 

University Medical College. 
Lister, Philip. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 

Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, 

Hampshire College; M.D. 1979, Duke University 

School of Medicine. 
Lituchy, Stanley. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 

York Hospital. A.B. 1951, New York University; 

M.D. 1955, New York University School of 

Medicine. 

Liu, Hung-Ching. Assistant Professor of Reproductive 
Medicine in Obsetrics and Gynecology. B.S. 1965, 
Taiwan Normal University; Ph.D. 1969, Wayne 
State University. 

Lizzi, Frederic L. Adjunct Professor of Ophthalmic 
Physics in Ophthalmology. B.E.E. 1963, 
Manhattan College; M.S. 1965, Columbia 
University; D.Sc. 1971, Columbia University. 

Lockshin, Michael Dan. Professor of Medicine. 

Attending Physician, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. A.B. 1959, Harvard University; M.D. 1963, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Loeb, Laurence. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1949, University of Cincinnati; 
M.D. 1953, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Loery, William Heywood. Adjunct Assistant Professor 
of Public Health. B.S. 1942, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1945, Cornell University Medical College; 
M.P.H. 1952, Columbia University. 

Lombardi, George Vincent. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1978, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1980, New York 
University School of Medicine. 



Longo, Peter James. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1977, Drew University; 
M.D. 1981, Bowman Gray School of Medicine. 

Loo, Marcus Hsieu-Hong. Clinical Instructor in 

Surgery (Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1977, Cornell University; 
M.D. 1981, Cornell University Medical College. 

Looker, Andrew N. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate. New York Hospital. B.A. 1964, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1969, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Lopez, Ralph Ivan. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1963, Fordham University; 
M.D. 1967, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Lopez-Ovejero, Jorge Andres. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Medicine. Assistant Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. M.D. 1965, 
University of Buenos Aires Faculty of Medicine 
(Argentina). 

Loranger, Armand Walter. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate 
Attending Psychologist, New York Hospital. M.A. 
1955, Fordham University; Ph.D. 1958, Fordham 
University. 

Lord, David Alan. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1955, 
University of New Hampshire; M.A. 1957, 
University of Tennessee; Ph.D. 1962, University 
of Tennessee. 

Lorinstein, I. Barry. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1966, 
Johns Hopkins University; Ph.D. 1973, University 
of Rochester. 

LoSasso, Thomas James. Assistant Professor of 
Physics in Radiology. Principal Physicist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1972, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn; M.E. 

1 974, New York University; Ph.D. 1 981 , New York 
University. 

Loutsch, Erica Maria. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1961, University of Buenos 
Aires Faculty of Medicine (Argentina). 

Lovecchio, John L. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Associate Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1970, University of Massachusetts, 
Amherst; M.S. 1971, Long Island University; M.D. 

1975, State University of New York at Buffalo 
School of Medicine. 

Lowe, Franklin Charles. Adjunct Assistant Professor 
of Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1975, Princeton University; 
M.P.H. 1979, Columbia University; M.D. 1979, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Lowenthal, Irwin S. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1956, New 
York University; D M. 1964, University of 
Lausanne (Switzerland). 



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Lowry, Stephen F. Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center B.A 1969, Ohio 
Wesleyan University; M.D. 1973, University of 
Michigan Medical School. 

Luallen, Mary A. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1971, University of Tennessee; 
M.S. 1975, Adelphi University; Ph.D. 1978, 
Adelphi University. 

Luber, M. Philip. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1973, University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D 1976, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Lubman, Richard Levi. Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital 
B.A. 1977, Cornell University; M.D. 1981, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Luger, Norton M. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1940, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1944, St. Louis University School of 
Medicine. 

Lukash, Frederick N. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1969, Tulane University; 
M.D. 1973, Tulane University School of Medicine. 

Lumerman, Harry. Adjunct Clinical Assistant 

Professor of Surgery (Dental and Oral). Associate 
Attending Dentist (Oral Pathology), New York 
Hospital. D.D.S. 1961, New York University 
College of Dentistry. 

Lunin, Lois F. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Radiology. A.B. 1945, Radcliffe College; M.S. 
1966, Drexel University. 

Lusic, Judith Ruth. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, 
Yale University; M.D. 1982, University of 
California, San Francisco, School of Medicine. 

Lusky, Monika Dorothea. Assistant Professor of 
Microbiology. B.A. 1973, A. Ludwig University, 
Freiburg (West Germany); M A. 1975, A. Ludwig 
University, Freiburg (West Germany); M.S. 1977, 

A. Ludwig University, Freiburg (West Germany); 
Ph.D. 1980, A. Ludwig University, Freiburg (West 
Germany). 

Lustig, Robert Howard. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

B. S. 1976, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 
M.D. 1980, Cornell University Medical College. 

Lyden, John Pierpont. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery (Orthopedics). Associate Attending 
Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon 
(Orthopedic Surgery), New York Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1961, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1965, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Lysikiewicz, Andrzej J. Assistant Professor of 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. M.D. 1968, Academy 



of Medicine, Warsaw (Poland); Ph.D. 1975, 
Academy of Medicine, Warsaw (Poland). 
Ma, Joseph H. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. B A. 
1978, Columbia University; M.D. 1983, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Maack, Thomas Professor of Physiology and 

Biophysics. Professor of Physiology in Medicine. 
M.D. 1961 , University of Sao Paulo (Brazil). 

Machlin, Lawrence J Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Nutrition in Medicine. B.S. 1948, Cornell 
University; M.N.S. 1949, Cornell University; Ph.D. 
1953, Georgetown University. 

Mackel, Robert Georges. Adjunct Assistant Professor 
of Neuroscience. B.A. 1968, University of 
Heidelberg (West Germany); M A. 1971, 
University of Zurich (Switzerland); Ph.D. 1978. 
Rockefeller University. 

MacKenzie, Charles Ronald. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1974, University of Western 
Ontario (Canada); M.D. 1977, University of 
Calgary Faculty of Medicine (Canada) 

Macris, Nicholas Theodore. Clinical Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1953, Columbia University; M.D. 
1958, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Madad, Saiyeda S. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. Attending Pediatrician, La 
Guardia Hospital. M B. B.S. 1969, Nishtar Medical 
College (Pakistan). 

Madden, Michael Robert. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New 
York Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon, 
Jamaica Hospital. B.A. 1971, Holy Cross College; 
M.D. 1976, George Washington University School 
of Medicine. 

Madeb, Isaac. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Urology). 
Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), New York 
Hospital. M B. 1969, French Faculty of Medicine 
and Pharmacology, University of St. Joseph 
(Lebanon); M.D. 1972, University of Paris 
(France). 

Madhavan, Shantha. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Professor of Public Health. B.S. 1953, 
Madras University (India); M.S. 1956, Kerala 
University Medical College (India); M.S. 1962, 
Stanford University; D.P.H. 1982, Columbia 
University. 

Maggio, Louis Joseph. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1956, New York University; 
M.D. 1960, Seton Hall College of Medicine and 
Dentistry. 

Magid. Margret L. Schwartz. Assistant Professor of 
Pathology Assistant Attending Pathologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1971, Princeton University; 
M.D. 1976, Cornell University Medical College. 

Magid, Norman Mark Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1977, University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D. 1980, Johns Hopkins 
University School of Medicine. 



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Magid, Steven Kay. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 

Assistant Attending Physician, Hospital for Special 

Surgery. B.A. 1972, Brandeis University; M.D. 

1976, Cornell University Medical College. 
Magill, Gordon Bristol. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Medicine. Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 

Cancer Center. B.A. 1944, Princeton University; 

M.D. 1946, Columbia University College of 

Physicians and Surgeons. 
Maher, James L. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

B.A. 1960, Wesleyan College; M.D. 1971, Case 

Western Reserve University School of Medicine. 
Mahler, John Chetwood, Jr. Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1980, 

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; M.D. 

1984, University of North Carolina School of 

Medicine. 

Mahler, Richard Joseph. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1955, New York University; 
M.D. 1959, New York Medical College. 

Mailloux, Lionel U. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1958, Georgetown 
University; M.D. 1962, Hahnemann Medical 
College. 

Malatesta, Carol Zander. Adjunct Assistant Professor 
of Psychology in Psychiatry. B.A. 1967, Michigan 
State University; M A. 1969, Michigan State 
University; Ph.D. 1980, Rutgers State University. 

Malen, Richard Lewis. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1966, Franklin and Marshall 
College; M.D. 1970, University of Pennsylvania 
School of Medicine. 

Malhotra, Vinod. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, New 
York Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1974, Delhi University 
College of Medical Sciences (India). 

Malkary, Joseph Warren. Clinical Instructor in 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1954, Brown University; 
M.D. 1958, Tufts University School of Medicine. 

Malkin, Mark Gordon. Assistant Professor of 

Neurology. Assistant Attending Neurologist, New 
York Hospital. Clinical Assistant Neurologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 
1979, University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine 
(Canada). 

Maltz, Charles. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Adjunct 
Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.S. 1964, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; A.M. 1965, Harvard 
University; Ph.D. 1969, Harvard University; M.D. 
1975, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

Mamelok, Alfred Edgar. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Ophthalmology. Attending Ophthalmologist, 
New York Hospital. A.B. 1944, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1946, New York Medical College. 

Mandelbaum, Joseph. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 



University Hospital. M.D. 1957, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Mandell, Lynda R. Assistant Professor of Radiation 
Oncology in Medicine. Assistant Attending 
Radiation Oncologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1969, Simmons College; 
M.A. 1971, Brown University; Ph.D. 1977, George 
Washington University; M.D. 1981, Medical 
College of Virginia. 

Manevitz, Alan. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1975, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.P.H. 1980, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1980, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Maniatis, Charlyn C. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1969, Wellesley College; J.D. 
1972, Harvard University; M.P.H. 1978, Johns 
Hopkins University; M.D. 1979, Johns Hopkins 
University School of Medicine. 

Mann, Joseph John. Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
M.B.B.S. 1971, University of Melbourne 
(Australia); D.M. 1978, University of Melbourne 
(Australia). 

Mann, Samuel Joseph. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1968, New York University; 
M.D. 1972, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Manning, Donna. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1972, Vassar College; M.D. 
1979, New York University School of Medicine. 

Manning, James Matthew. Adjunct Associate 
Professor of Biochemistry. B.S. 1960, Boston 
College; Ph.D. 1966, Tufts University. 

Mannix, Henry. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery. B.S. 1947, College of the Holy Cross; 
M.D. 1950, Cornell University Medical College. 

Manoukian, Aram V. Instructor in Medicine. B.S. 
1977, St. John's University; M.A. 1979, St. John's 
University; M.D. 1984, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Marano, Michael A. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1977, Seton Hall University; M.D. 1981, 
University of Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. 
Medical School. 

Marbury, Benjamin Edward. Clinical Professor 

Emeritus of Anesthesiology. Emeritus Staff, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1939, University of Missouri; 
M.S. 1941, Louisiana State University; B.S. 1942, 
University of Missouri; M.D. 1944, Washington 
University Medical Center. 

Marchbein, Harvey Steven. Clinical Instructor in 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1971, Queens College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1975, Medical 
College of Wisconsin. 

Marchisello, Peter Joseph. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Surgery (Orthopedics). Attending 
Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon 



162 Faculty of the Medical College 



(Orthopedic Surgery), New York Hospital. B.S. 
1943, Manhattan College; M.D. 1948, New York 
University School of Medicine. 
Marciano, Mark Russell. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1950, Columbia University; M.D. 1954, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Syracuse. 

Marcove, Ralph Carl. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery (Orthopedics). Associate Attending 
Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Associate Attending Surgeon, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon 
(Orthopedic Surgery), New York Hospital. A.B 
1950, Boston University; M.D. 1954, Boston 
University School of Medicine. 

Marcus, Aaron Jacob. Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1948, University of Virginia; M.D. 1953, New York 
Medical College. 

Marcus, Philip. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1969, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1973, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Margalioth, Ehud Joseph. Associate Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. M.D. 1977, Hebrew 
University Hadassah Medical School (Israel). 

Margouleff, Donald. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1950, Tufts University; 
M.D. 1956, University of Berne (Switzerland). 

Margulies, Paul Laurence. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1966, University of 
Chicago; M.D. 1970, University of Chicago 
Pntzker School of Medicine. 

Margulis, Stephen Jay. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1978, Brown University; M.D. 
1981. Brown University Program in Medicine. 

Marin, Deborah B. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1979, Wellesley 
College; M.D. 1984, Mount Sinai School of 
Medicine. 

Marino, John Steven. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1974, Manhattan 
College; M.D. 1979, New York Medical College. 

Marino, Louis John. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Associate Attending Dentist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1953, New York 
University; D.D.S. 1957, Georgetown University 
School of Medicine. 

Markenson, Joseph A. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. Associate Attending Physician, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. Consultant, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 
1965, Boston University; M.S. 1966, Rutgers 
State University; M.D. 1970, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Markisz, John Anthony. Associate Professor of 
Radiology. Associate Attending Radiologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1962, New York University; 



Ph.D. 1966, New York University; M.D. 1980, 
University of Miami School of Medicine. 

Markman, Maurie. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1970, 
University of Southern California; M.D. 1974, New 
York University School of Medicine. 

Markman-Reubins, Beatriz. Clinical Instructor in 
Psychiatry. M.D. 1973, University of Buenos Aires 
Faculty of Medicine (Argentina). 

Markovics, Sharon B. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1972, Skidmore 
College; M.D. 1975, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Markowitz, James. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1973, Williams College; 
M.D. 1977, Cornell University Medical College. 

Markowitz, John C. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1976, Columbia University; M.A. 
1978, Columbia University; M.D. 1982, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Marks, Andrea M. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1968, Bryn Mawr College; 
M.D. 1972, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

Marks, Paul A. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1945, Columbia University; M.D. 1949, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Marks, Rosemarie Fusco. Clinical Instructor in 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1968, 
Hunter College, City University of New York; M.S. 
1970, Columbia University; Ph.D. 1974, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1981, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Marks, Stephen J. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1967, Cornell University; M.A. 
1968, Yale University; M.D. 1974, Johns Hopkins 
University School of Medicine. 

Marsden, Philip D. Visiting Professor of Public Health. 
Adjunct Professor of Medicine. MB. B.S. 1956, 
University College Hospital Medical School, 
London (United Kingdom); M.D. 1965, University 
College Hospital Medical School, London (United 
Kingdom). 

Marsh, Franklin, Jr. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1973, Canisius College; M.D. 1978, State 
University of New York at Buffalo School of 
Medicine. 

Marshall, Florence N. Professor of Clinical Pediatrics. 

Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 

1944, Wellesley College; M.D. 1948, Cornell 

University Medical College. 
Marshall, Victor F. Professor Emeritus of Surgery 

(Urology). Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. 

Emeritus Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 



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Center. M.D. 1937, University of Virginia School of 
Medicine. 

Martens, Frederick W. Clinical Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. M.E.E. 1949, 
Stevens Institute of Technology; M.D. 1957, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Martin, Daniel S. Professor of Clinical Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, Mary Immaculate Hospital. 
Attending Surgeon, St. Mary's Hospital of 
Brooklyn. Attending Surgeon, St. Johns Queens 
Hospital. Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 1944, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Martin, Ruth Held. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, University 
of Delaware; M.S. 1977, George Washington 
University; M.D. 1981, George Washington 
University School of Medicine. 

Martini, Nael. Professor of Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.S. 1951, American University of Beirut 
(Lebanon); M.D. 1955, American University of 
Beirut (Lebanon). 

Marx, William L. Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1970, Rockhurst College; 
M.D. 1973, University of Kansas Medical Center 
School of Medicine. 

Marzuk, Peter Michael. Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1978, 
Brown University; M.D. 1982, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Marzulli, Vincent F. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. Attending Surgeon, Jamaica Hospital. 
B.A. 1949, New York University; M.D. 1955, 
University of Bologna (Italy). 

Mascittelli, Robert Joseph. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1970, College of the Holy 
Cross; M.D. 1974, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Mason, Barbara Jean. Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.F.A. 1972, 
Pratt Institute; M.P.S. 1974, Pratt Institute; M.A. 
1979, Long Island University; Ph.D. 1983, Long 
Island University. 

Mason, Irwin Ira. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1962, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1966, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Massie, Mary Jane. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1969, University of Wyoming; M.D. 
1973, State University of New York at Buffalo 
School of Medicine. 

Massih, Raga A. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. M.B.B.Ch. 1958, Ain Shams University 
Faculty of Medicine (Egypt). 

Mast, Joelle. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Professor of Neurology and 



Neuroscience. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, 
New York Hospital. Assistant Attending 
Neurologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1974, Smith 
College; M.A. 1976, Ohio State University; Ph.D. 

1979, Ohio State University; M.D. 1982, University 
of Miami School of Medicine. 

Masterson, James Francis. Adjunct Professor of 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1951, Jefferson Medical College. 

Masterson, Mary Ellen. Assistant Professor of Physics 
in Radiology. Assistant Attending Physicist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Assistant Member, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1970, College of New 
Rochelle; M.A. 1972, Columbia University; M.S. 
1978. Cornell University Medical College. 

Mastrangelo, Ralph. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1976, Columbia 
University; M.S. 1978, Fordham University; M.D. 
1982, State University of New York at Buffalo 
School of Medicine. 

Mastrota, Vincent F. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1954, Villanova 
University; M.D. 1959, University of Bologna 
(Italy). 

Mastrovito, Rene C. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1949, Cornell 
University; M.S. 1951, Ohio State University; M.D. 
1957, Baylor College of Medicine. 

Masur, Milton Leon. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1959, City 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1963, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Matos-Cloke, Susan Ivette. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1980, New York University; 
M.D. 1984, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Matos-Rivera, Irma Maria. Clinical Instructor in 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. Attending Pediatrician, La Guardia 
Hospital. B.S. 1976, Fordham University; M.D. 

1980, Cornell University Medical College. 
Matthews, Dwight E. Associate Professor of 

Biochemistry in Medicine. Associate Professor of 
Biochemistry in Surgery. B.A. 1973, Depauw 
University; Ph.D. 1977, Indiana University. 

Mattis, Steven. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1960, City 
College, City University of New York; Ph.D. 1965, 
Columbia University. 

Mattson, Marlin Roy Albin. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1961, 
University of Washington; M.D. 1965, University of 
Washington School of Medicine. 

Mattucci, Kenneth F. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1960, Alfred 



164 Faculty of the Medical College 



University; M.D. 1964, Bowman Gray School of 
Medicine. 

Mauri, Thomas M. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. B.S. 
1976, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; M.D. 
1980, Albany Medical College. 

Mauro. Carmine J. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. Attending Surgeon, Jamaica Hospital. 
B.S. 1946, St. John's College; M.D. 1950, 
Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Mauss, Irving H. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 

Pediatrics. Honorary Staff, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1935, City College, City University 
of New York; M.D. 1940, School of Medicine of 
the Royal College of Scotland (United Kingdom). 

Mayer, David Alan. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1970, 
Lafayette College; M.D. 1974, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Mayer, Joseph C. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1952, University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D. 1956, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Mayer. Klaus. Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. Attending Physician, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. B.S. 1945, Queens College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1950, University of 
Groningen (Netherlands). 

Mazor, David Mark. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1959, University of 
Rochester; M.D. 1965, University of Bologna 
(Italy). 

Mazzarella, Paolo. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1959, Lafayette College; 
M.D. 1966, University of Bologna (Italy). 

McAuley, Joseph Anthony. Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1964, New York University; M.D. 
1968, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

McBride, P. Ann. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1973, Brown University; M.D. 1978, 
Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

McCaffrey, Timothy Andrew. Assistant Professor of 
Cell Biology in Medicine. B.A. 1979, St. Mary's 
University of San Antonio; M.S. 1983, Purdue 
University; Ph.D. 1985, Purdue University. 

McCarron, James Patrick, Jr. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Surgery (Urology). Assistant 
Attending Surgeon (Urology), New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1964, Yale University; M.D. 1968, University 
of Virginia School of Medicine. 

McCarthy, Eucharia Mary. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1964, National 
University of Ireland. 

McCarthy, Eugene Gregory. Clinical Professor of 
Public Health. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 



M.D 1960, Yale University School of Medicine; 
M.P.H. 1962, Johns Hopkins University. 
McCarthy, Richard Herbert. Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1971, 
Fordham University; M A. 1977, Fordham 
University; Ph.D. 1981, Fordham University; M.D. 
1984, McGill University College of Medicine 
(Canada). 

McCormack, Patricia Marie. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 
1954, Manhattanville College; M.D. 1958, 
Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

McCormack, Richard Ronald, Jr. Assistant Professor 
of Surgery (Orthopedics). Assistant Attending 
Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Orthopedic Surgery), New York Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1969, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1971, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

McCormick, Beryl. Assistant Professor of Radiation 
Oncology in Medicine. Associate Attending 
Roentgenologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. Assistant Attending Radiologist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, Douglass College; 
M.D. 1973, University of Medicine and Dentistry of 
N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

McCrory, Wallace Willard. Professor of Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
Consultant, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 
1941, University of Wisconsin; M.D. 1944, 
University of Wisconsin Medical School. 

McCullough, Laurence Bernard. Adjunct Associate 
Professor of Ethics in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 
A.B. 1969, Williams College; Ph.D. 1975, 
University of Texas, Austin. 

McDougall, Carl Javier. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1978, Rochester Institute of 
Technology; M.D. 1982, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

McDowall, Robert H. Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Clinical Assistant Anesthesiologist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1978, 
College of Wooster; M.D. 1982, University of 
Cincinnati College of Medicine. 

McDowell, Fletcher Hughes. Associate Dean. Winifred 
Masterson Burke Professor of Rehabilitation 
Medicine. Professor of Neurology. Attending 
Neurologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1944, 
Dartmouth College; M.D. 1947, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

McGovern, John Hugh. Clinical Professor of Surgery 
(Urology). Attending Surgeon (Urology), New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1947, Columbia University; M.D. 
1952, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

McGovern, Thomas P. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Urology), New York Hospital. B.E.E. 1968, 
Manhattan College; M.D. 1974, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

McGowan, James Michael. Adjunct Assistant 
Professor of Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 



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Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1960, 

University of Notre Dame; M.D. 1964, University 

of Kentucky College of Medicine. 
McGuire, Barbara Alice. Assistant Professor of Cell 

Biology and Anatomy. B.A. 1974, Brown 

University; Ph.D. 1981, University of 

Pennsylvania. 
McKaba. Donald G. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

B.A. 1956. Washington and Lee University; M.D. 

1960, Johns Hopkins University School of 

Medicine. 

McKinley, Matthew J. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital B.S. 1971, Manhattan 
College; M.D. 1975, Creighton University School 
of Medicine. 

McLaughlin, Reginald David. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Pediatrics. Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1967, State 
University of New York at Binghamton; M.D. 1971 , 
State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

McLean, Alan Angus. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. M.D. 1948, Long Island College of 
Medicine. 

McLemore, George Ammie, Jr. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Medicine. Adjunct Attending Staff, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1948, Harvard Medical School. 

McLure, Thomas Carlyle. Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Instructor in Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Otorhinolaryngologist, New 
York Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Plastic Surgery), New York Hospital. B.S. 1968, 
Tulane University; M.D. 1971, Tulane University 
School of Medicine. 

McMahon, Sandra E. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1970, 
American University; M.S. 1972, American 
University; M.D. 1979, New York University 
School of Medicine; Ph.D. 1979, New York 
University. 

McNutt, Edith. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1964, Wellesley College; M.D. 
1968, Harvard Medical School. 

McNutt, Neil Scott. Professor of Pathology. Professor 
of Pathology in Medicine. Attending Pathologist, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1961, University of 
Arizona; M.S. 1962, University of Arizona; M.D. 
1966, Harvard Medical School. 

McVicar, Melinda Inez. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1958, University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D. 1962, Temple University 
School of Medicine. 

Mead, Allen Walter. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1949, Davidson College; M.D. 
1953, Cornell University Medical College. 

Mead, Sharon C. H. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1951, Vassar College; 



M.D. 1955, University of Chicago Pritzker School 
of Medicine. 

Medow, Norman Bret. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1960, 
Lycoming College; M.D. 1966, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Meeley, Mary Patricia. Assistant Professor of 
Neuroscience. B.S. 1974, Merrimack College; 
Ph.D. 1980, University of Maryland. 

Meisel, Barry A. Clinical Instructor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1963, University of Rochester; 
M.D. 1970, New York Medical College. 

Meister, Alton. Israel Rogosin Professor of 

Biochemistry (chairman). B.S. 1942, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1945, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Melamed, Myron R. Professor of Pathology. Attending 
Pathologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Attending Pathologist, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1947, Western Reserve University; M.D. 
1950, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. 

Melendez, Jose A. Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Clinical Assistant Anesthesiologist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1979, 
University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1983, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Mellors, Robert C. Professor of Pathology. 

Pathologist-in-Chief, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
A.B. 1937, Western Reserve University; M.A. 
1938, Western Reserve University; Ph.D. 1940, 
Western Reserve University; M.D. 1943, Johns 
Hopkins University. 

Melnick, Robert N. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1950, Yale 
University; M.D. 1953, Yale University School of 
Medicine. 

Meltzer, Marc J. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1980, Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Institute; M.D. 1984, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Mendel, Julius G. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1952, Queens College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1956, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Mendell, Nelson I. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Dental and Oral). Associate Attending 
Dentist (Endodontist), New York Hospital. A.B. 
1961 , University of Pennsylvania; D.M.D. 1965, 
Tufts University School of Medicine. 

Mendelsohn, Eric M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1972, State 
University of New York at Binghamton; M.A. 1979, 
Yeshiva University; Ph.D. 1979, Yeshiva 
University. 

Mendelsohn, John. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Consultant, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 



166 Faculty of the Medical College 



1958, Harvard University; M.D. 1963, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Mender, Donald M. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1971, 
Williams College; M.D. 1975, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Merai, Prakash. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1977, University 
of Zambia; M.B.B.Ch. 1980. University of Zambia 
Medical School. 

Merkler, Richard Gary. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1971, Haveriord College; M.D. 
1975, New York University School of Medicine. 

Meron, Jacob. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1962. New York 
University; M.D. 1966, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Mertelsmann, Roland H. Adjunct Associate Professor 
of Medicine. Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1968, G. August University, 
Goettingen (West Germany): M.D. 1972, G. 
August University, Goettingen (West Germany); 
Ph.D. 1980, University of Hamburg (West 
Germany). 

Meshkati, Taghi. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. Associate Attending Surgeon, 
La Guardia Hospital. M.D. 1959, University of 
Teheran (Iran). 

Mesibov, William Jay. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1958, Union 
College; M.D. 1962, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Messawer, Henry J. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. M B. B.S. 1948, University of 
Cairo, Mansura Medical School (Egypt). 

Messina. Anthony G. Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1976, 
Columbia College; M.D. 1981, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Messinger, William J. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Medicine. Consultant, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1933, University of Rochester; M A. 
1936, George Washington University; M.D. 1936, 
George Washington University School of 
Medicine. 

Meyer, B. Robert. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Professor of Pharmacology. Attending 
Physician, North Shore University Hospital. A.B. 
1970, Brown University; M A. 1973, Yale 
University; M.D. 1977, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Meyers, Barnett Samuel. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1962, 
Brandeis University; M.D. 1966, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Meyers, Michael B. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1969, New York 
University; M.D. 1973, Jefferson Medical College. 



Meyers, Paul Andrew Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 
1970, Brown University; M.D. 1973, Mount Sinai 
School of Medicine. 

Michels, Robert. Barklie McKee Henry Professor of 
Psychiatry (chairman). Psychiatrist-in-Chief, New 
York Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1953, University of 
Chicago; M.D. 1958, Northwestern University 
Medical School. 

Mikawa, Takashi. Visiting Assistant Professor of Cell 
Biology and Anatomy. M S. 1977, Kyoto 
University (Japan); Ph.D. 1980. Kyoto University 
(Japan). 

Mike, Valerie. Adjunct Professor of Biostatistics in 

Public Health. B.A. 1956, Manhattanville College; 

M.S. 1959. New York University; Ph.D. 1967. New 

York University. 
Miles, William J. Clinical Instructor of Dermatology in 

Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1957, Syracuse University; M.D. 1962, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Syracuse. 

Milhorat, Ade T. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 

Medicine. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1924. Columbia University; M.D. 1928, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Militana, Charles Joseph. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, North Shore University Hospital. 

B. A. 1975, New York University; M.D. 1979, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Miller, Carlyle Harvey. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1971, Columbia University; M.D. 1975, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Miller, Daniel George. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Associate Professor of Public 
Health. Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettenng Cancer Center. A.B. 1945, Colgate 
University; M.D. 1948, State University of New 
York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Miller, David Hopkins. Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1972, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1976, University of Virginia School of 
Medicine. 

Miller, Frank Tobias. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1967, Washington and 
Jefferson College; M.D. 1971, Yale University 
School of Medicine. 

Miller, Harvey. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Associate Attending Dentist 
(Myo-Functional Therapy), New York Hospital. 
D.D.S. 1945, University of Pittsburgh School of 
Medicine. 

Miller, llene Jo. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1974, Brandeis University; M.D. 1978, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 



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Miller, Laurence H. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Senior Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. A.B. 
1973, Columbia University; M.D. 1977, Johns 
Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Miller, Norman Stanley. Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A 1966, University of Michigan; 
M.D. 1974, Howard University College of 
Medicine. 

Miller, Theodore Robert. Clinical Professor Emeritus 
of Surgery. Emeritus Staff, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 1933, Temple 
University School of Medicine. 

Millman, Robert B. Saul P. Steinberg Distinguished 
Professor of Psychiatry and Public Health. 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1961, Cornell University; M.D. 1965, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Milner, Teresa Ann. Assistant Professor of 

Neuroscience. B.S. 1978, University of California, 
Irvine; Ph.D. 1982, University of California, San 
Diego. 

Miner, George Wesley. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Urology). Associate Attending Surgeon, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1966, 
Adelphi University; M.D. 1970, Medical College of 
Virginia. 

Minick, Charles Richard. Professor of Pathology. 
Attending Pathologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1957, University of Wyoming; M.D. 1960. Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Mininberg, David T. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1957, Yale University; M.D. 1961, 
New York Medical College. 

Minoli, Guy Nicholas. Instructor in Surgery (Dental 
and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1979, Fordham University; D.D.S. 
1983, State University of New York at Buffalo 
School of Dentistry. 

Minsky, Bruce David. Assistant Professor of Radiation 
Oncology in Medicine. Assistant Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.S. 1977, Worcester Polytechnic 
Institute; M.D. 1982, University of Massachusetts 
Medical School. 

Mir, Mumtaz. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1959, S.P. College 
(India); M B B.S. 1964, Lady Hardinge Medical 
College (India). 

Mirchandani, Indu C. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1971, LTM 
Medical College of Bombay University (India). 

Mirchandani, Rukma. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 1952, Grant 
Medical College of Bombay University (India). 

Mirkin, Gary S. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1979, Ohio State 
University; M.D. 1982, Ohio State University 
College of Medicine. 



Mirrer, Gerald P. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1943, 
Wagner College; M.D. 1946, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Mishnck, Abdallah S. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.M.S. 1945, Cambridge 
University (United Kingdom); M.B.B.Ch. 1950, 
Ibrahim Pasha University (Egypt); M.B.B.Ch. 
1950, University of London (United Kingdom). 

Miskovitz, Paul Frederick. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
New York Hospital. Clinical Affiliate, St. Barnabas 
Hospital. B.S. 1971, State University of New York 
at Stony Brook; M.D. 1975, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Mistretta, Anthony J. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1950, University of Notre 
Dame; M.D. 1955, University of Bologna (Italy). 

Mitchell, Jack L. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Dental 
and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist 
(Pedodontist), New York Hospital. B.A. 1968, 
Case Western Reserve University; D.D.S. 1972, 
New York University College of Dentistry. 

Mitchell, Robert James. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1972, Harvard University; M.S. 
1973, Harvard University; M.D. 1977, Yale 
University School of Medicine. 

Mitgang, Charles A. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1971, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1975, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Mitra, Nirmala. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Neurology. Associate Attending Neurologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1966, 
Government Medical College, Kashmir University 
(India). 

Mitty, Virginia Connolly. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, 
New York Hospital. Associate Attending 
Pediatrician, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.S. 
1941, College of Mount St. Vincent; M.D. 1946, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Mizrahi, Abraham M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1955, Manchester College; M.D. 1960, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Mobarak, Ahmed. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1957, Cairo University 

(Egypt). 

Moccio, Carmine G. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1966, New York University; M.D. 
1972, New York Medical College. 

Modell, Walter. Professor Emeritus of Pharmacology. 
B.S. 1928, City College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1932, Cornell University Medical 
College. 



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Mohacsy, lldiko. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1950, Budapest University 
(Hungary). 

Mohan, Radhe. Associate Professor of Physics in 
Clinical Radiology. Attending Physicist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Ph.D. 1969, Duke 
University. 

Mohandes, Enci. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
M.D. 1974, University of Teheran (Iran). 

Moises, Marie-Jacqueline L. Clinical Instructor in 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, La Guardia 
Hospital. B.A. 1976, Barnard College; M.D. 1980, 
University of Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. 
Medical School. 

Mok, Edward K. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1968, University of Hong Kong. 

Moldawer, Lyle Leonard. Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Professor of Cell Biology and 
Anatomy. Ph D. 1986, University of Goteborg 
(Sweden). 

Moline, Margaret Lynn. Assistant Professor of 
Physiology in Psychiatry. B.S. 1975, Cornell 
University; Ph.D. 1981, Harvard University. 

Monder, Carl. Adjunct Professor of Biochemistry in 
Pediatrics. Adjunct Professor of Biochemistry. 
B.S. 1950, City College, City University of New 
York; M.S. 1952, Cornell University; Ph.D. 1956, 
University of Wisconsin. 

Mondschein, Leonard J. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Surgery (Urology). Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1964, Brooklyn 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1969, 
Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Montero, Gerardo Miguel. Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Senior Assistant Attending 
Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1970, Harvard University; M.D. 1974, Georgetown 
University School of Medicine. 

Mooney, James P. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1952, Georgetown University; M.D. 1956, 
New York Medical College. 

Moore, Anne. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1965, Smith College; M.D. 
1969, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Moore, Francis Xavier. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.D. 1946, New York University School 
of Medicine. 

Moore, James A. Professor Emeritus of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1930, Davidson College; M.D. 1934, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Moore, Michael P. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1973, Boston 
College; M.D. 1980, Loyola University Stritch 



School of Medicine; Ph.D. 1980, Loyola 
University. 

Moots, Paul Lawrence. Assistant Professor of 
Neurology. Clinical Assistant Attending 
Neurologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Assistant Attending Neurologist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1976, Duke University; M.D. 
1980, Ohio State University College of Medicine. 

Morgello, Susan. Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Assistant Attending Pathologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1978, Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology; M.D. 1982, Duke University School 
of Medicine. 

Morosini, Charles Joseph. Clinical Instructor of 

Medicine in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1956, Fordham University; M.D. 
1960, Jefferson Medical College. 

Morrison, John B. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1960, St. Lawrence University; M.D. 

1964, Cornell University Medical College. 
Morrison, John Edward. Clinical Assistant Professor 

of Surgery (Orthopedics). Senior Assistant 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1970, Georgetown University; M.D. 
1974, Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Morrison, Shaun F. Assistant Professor of 

Neuroscience. B.A. 1970, Wesleyan University; 
Ph.D. 1980, University of Vermont. 

Morrissey, Kevin Peter. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1961, Williams College; M.D. 

1965, Cornell University Medical College. 
Morse, Michael John. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Assistant Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1969, Acadia 
University (Canada); M.D. 1974, Dalhousie 
University Faculty of Medicine (Canada). 

Mortati, Saverio Giuseppe. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1947, 
Fordham University; M.D. 1951, New York 
University School of Medicine; M.S. 1972, 
Columbia University. 

Moses, Donald A. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Senior Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1958, Bates 
College; M.D. 1962, New York Medical College. 

Moses, John B. Clinical Instructor of Medicine in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1942, Princeton University; M.D. 1945, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Moseson, Michael David. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1970, Yeshiva 
University; M.D. 1975, Universidad Autonoma 
Madrid (Spain). 

Moss, Leonard Maximon. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1945, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1951, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Moss, Malcolm Howard. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Pediatrics. A.B. 1953, Dartmouth College; M.D. 
1956, Harvard Medical School. 



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Mossey, Robert Thomas. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Medicine. Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1965, Assumption 
College; M.D. 1969, St. Louis University School of 
Medicine. 

Motzer, Robert John. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Assistant Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. A.B. 1977, Hope College; M.D. 
1981 . University of Michigan Medical School. 

Mouradian, Janet A. Professor of Pathology. 
Attending Pathologist, New York Hospital. 
M.B.B.Ch. 1961, University of Baghdad (Iraq). 

Muchnick, Richard Stuart. Clinical Associate 

Professor of Ophthalmology. Associate Attending 
Ophthalmologist. New York Hospital. A.B. 1963, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1967, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Muecke, Edward Carl. Clinical Professor of Surgery 
(Urology). Attending Surgeon (Urology), New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1953, Reed College; M.D. 1957, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Muller, Franco B. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
M.D. 1981, University of Basel (Switzerland). 

Muller, William Anthony. Adjunct Assistant Professor 
of Pathology. A.B. 1975, Harvard University; 
Ph.D. 1 981 , Rockefeller University; M.D. 1 982, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Muller-Eberhard, Ursula. Professor of Pediatrics. 
Professor of Pharmacology. M.D. 1953, G. August 
University, Goettingen (West Germany). 

Munich, Richard L. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1961, Yale University; M.D. 
1965, University of Kentucky College of Medicine. 

Munsch, Robert Francis. Clinical Instructor in 
Ophthalmol6gy. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, 
University of Colorado; M.D. 1977, St. Louis 
University School of Medicine. 

Muroff, Melvin. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1943, City 
College, City University of New York; M.S. 1947, 
City College, City University of New York; Ph.D. 
1954, University of Kansas. 

Murphy, M. Lois. Professor of Pediatrics. Attending 
Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.A. 1939, University of Nebraska; M.D. 
1944, University of Nebraska College of Medicine. 

Murphy, Randall Bertrand. Adjunct Associate 
Professor of Biochemistry in Psychiatry. B.S. 
1970, University of Southern California; Ph.D. 
1975, University of Southern California. 

Murray, Henry Wilke. Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1968, Cornell University; M.D. 1972, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Murthy, Vishnubhakat Suryanarayan. Associate 
Professor of Clinical Neurology. Attending 
Neurologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
M.B.B.S. 1967, M.G.M. Medical College of the 
University of Indore (India); M.D. 1971, M.G.M. 
Medical College of the University of Indore (India). 

Muss, Elizabeth C. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 



York Hospital. B.A. 1964, Skidmore College; M.D. 
1968, New York Medical College. 

Myers, David D. Associate Professor of Comparative 
Pathology in Clinical Pathology. B.S. 1955, 
University of Minnesota; D.V.M. 1957, University 
of Minnesota; M.S. 1962, University of Illinois; 
Ph.D. 1965, University of Illinois. 

Myers, W.P. Laird. Professor Emeritus of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1943, Yale University; M.D. 
1945, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons; M.S. 1952, University of 
Minnesota. 

Myers, Wayne Alan. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1952, University of Arkansas; M.D. 1956, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Myhre, Mira. Associate Librarian. B.A. 1972, Queens 
College, City University of New York; M.L.S. 1975, 
Queens College, City University of New York. 

Myskowski, Patricia Lois. Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 
1972, Brown University; M.S. 1974, Brown 
University; M.D. 1975, Brown University Program 
in Medicine. 

Nachman, Ralph L. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1953, 
Vanderbilt University; M.D. 1956, Vanderbilt 
University School of Medicine. 

Naganuma, Akira. Visiting Associate Professor of 
Biochemistry. B.S. 1975, Nihon University 
(Japan); Ph.D. 1981, Kitasato University (Japan). 

Nagel, Doris B. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. B.A. 1957, Cornell University; M.D. 

1964, Boston University School of Medicine. 
Nagler, Jerry. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1969, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1973, Yale University School of Medicine. 
Nagler, Willibald. Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine 
in Surgery. Physiatrist-in-Chief, New York 
Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. M.D. 1958, University of Vienna 
(Austria). 

Nahas, Abbas D. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1960, Damascus University 
(Syria); M.S. 1967, New York University; Ph.D. 
1980, University of Minnesota. 

Naidich, James B. Associate Professor of Radiology. 
Attending Radiologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1961, New York University; M.D. 

1965, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Najarian, Louis M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1964, 
University of Rhode Island; M.D. 1968, St. Louis 
University School of Medicine. 

Nambudiri, Draupathi Easwaran. Assistant Professor 
of Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, 
New York Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1979. Kottayam 
Medical College, Kerala University (India). 



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Namerow. David Mark. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. B.S. 1968, Hunter College. City 
University of New York; M.D. 1972. University of 
Louisville School of Medicine. 

Nanus, David Michael. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Assistant Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center B.S 1978, University of Illinois, 
Urbana; M.D. 1982, Chicago Medical School. 

Napoli. Michael John. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist. North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1970, St. John's University; M.D. 
1974. Creighton University School of Medicine. 

Napoliello. Michael John. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1962, Fordham 
University; M.D 1966, New York University 
School of Medicine; M B A. 1980, Xavier 
University. 

Narasimhan, Parthasarathy. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Medicine. Attending Physician. La 
Guardia Hospital. A.B. 1952. Madras University 
(India); M.D. 1956. Madras University (India). 

Nardi, Dominic J. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1973. Johns 
Hopkins University; M.D. 1975. Johns Hopkins 
University School of Medicine. 

Nash, Thomas William. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician. New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1974. Swarthmore College; 
M.D. 1978, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Nass. Ruth Deborah. Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Associate Professor of Neurology. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Neurologist. New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1969, Brandeis University: 
M.D. 1975. Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Nathan, Carl. Stanton Gnffis Distinguished Professor 
of Medicine. Attending Physician. New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1967. Harvard University; M.D. 
1972, Harvard Medical School. 

Nathan. Sharon G. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1965. 
Wellesley College; Ph.D. 1978, New York 
University: M.P.H. 1981. Columbia University. 

Nathanson, Bernard N. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1949, McGill University College of 
Medicine (Canada). 

Nathanson. Joseph Norman. Clinical Professor 

Emeritus of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist. New York 
Hospital. M.D.C.M. 1919, McGill University 
College of Medicine (Canada). 

Natke. Ernest, Jr. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Physiology and Biophysics. B.A. 1973, Colgate 
University; Ph.D. 1978, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Natoli, Richard C. Clinical Instructor in 
Anesthesiology. Associate Attending 
Anesthesiologist, North Shore University Hospital. 



B.A. 1957, University of North Carolina; M.D. 

1963, University of Bologna (Italy). 
Naysan. Parviz. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Associate Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 

University Hospital. M O 1964. University of 

Teheran (Iran). 
Nealon. Nancy M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Neurology. Assistant Attending Neurologist, New 

York Hospital. B.A. 1971. Manhattanville College; 

M.D. 1975, Pennsylvania State University College 

of Medicine. 
Nedergaard, Maiken. Assistant Professor of 

Neuroscience. Assistant Professor of Neurology in 

Physiology and Biophysics. B.A. 1981, University 

of Copenhagen (Denmark); M.D. 1983. 

Copenhagen University Faculty of Medicine 

(Denmark); Ph.D. 1988. Copenhagen University 

Faculty of Medicine (Denmark). 
Neidich, Julie Ann. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 

Assistant Attending Pediatrician. New York 

Hospital. B.A. 1976, Bennington College; M.D. 

1983. George Washington University School of 

Medicine. 

Neistadt. Louis D. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. B.A. 1968. Columbia University; M.D. 

1972. Stanford University School of Medicine. 
Nelson, Deena J. Assistant Professor of Clinical 

Medicine. Associate Attending Physician. 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 

1973, Yale University: M.D. 1977. Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Nelson. Roy Leslie Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon. North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1963. Lafayette College: M.D. 
1971, University of Brussels (Belgium). 

Nenner. Robert R. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. M.D. 1950, 
Maximilians University. Munich (West Germany). 

Nersessian. Edward. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist. New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1970, Catholic University of 
Louvam (Belgium). 

Neschis, Ronald. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1959, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1963, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Ness. Amen. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist. New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, 
Yeshiva University: M.D. 1979, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Neumann, Karl. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1953, Syracuse University; 
M.D. 1958. State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Neumann. Peter R. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1971, University of 
Wisconsin, Madison; M.D. 1975. State University 
of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Nevins, Stuart Tobias. Clinical Instructor of 
Otorhinolaryngology in Psychiatry. Clinical 



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Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1954, Brown 
University; M.D. 1960, Albany Medical College. 

New, Bertrand Latimer. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Psychiatry. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry in Pediatrics. Associate Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. Associate 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1950, Cornell University; M.D. 1954, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

New, Maria landolo. Harold and Percy Uris Professor 
of Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism. 
Professor of Pediatrics (chairman). Pediatrician- 
in-Chief, New York Hospital. Adjunct Attending 
Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Consultant, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1950, Cornell University; M.D. 1954, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Newman, Allen I. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1953, Cornell University; 
M.D. 1957, Chicago Medical School. 

Newman, Stephen M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Neurology. Assistant Attending Neurologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1968, Fairleigh 
Dickinson University; M.D. 1972, State University 
of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Newman-Cedar, Meryl Fern. Clinical Instructor in 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1974, Brandeis University; 
M.D. 1981 , State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Ngeow, Jeffrey Y.F. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Associate Attending 
Anesthesiologist, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
B.S. 1968, University of London (United 
Kingdom); M.B.B.S. 1971, University of London 
(United Kingdom). 

Nguyen, Hai Thanh. Associate Professor of 
Comparative Pathology in Clinical Pathology. 
V.M.D. 1964, University of Pennsylvania; M.S. 
1979, University of Florida. 

Niceta, Piero O. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Surgery (Urology). Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Surgeon (Urology), New York Hospital. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.D. 1958, University 
of Milan (Italy). 

Nichols, Jeffrey Norman. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1968, Columbia College; M.D. 
1976, Cornell University Medical College. 

Nicholson, John Perry. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Professor of Public Health. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1972, Brown University; M.D. 1978, 
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine; 
M B A. 1983, New York University. 

Nickel, William F. Clinical Associate Professor 
Emeritus of Surgery. Honorary Staff, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1930, Johns Hopkins University; 
M.D. 1934, Johns Hopkins University School of 
Medicine. 

Nicoll, Daniel Jules. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1968, New York 



University; M.D. 1972, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Nininger, E. Scott. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1951, University of Kansas; 
M.D. 1955, University of Kansas Medical Center 
School of Medicine. 

Nininger, James E. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1970, Kenyon College; M.D. 
1974, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. 

Nir, Yehuda. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. Associate Attending Pediatric 
Psychiatrist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. M.D. 1958. Hebrew University Hadassah 
Medical School (Israel). 

Nisce, Lourdes Z. Associate Professor of Radiology. 
Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. M.D. 
1946, University of Santo Tomas (Philippines). 

Noble, William J. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Consultant, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.D. 1947, Long Island College of 
Medicine. 

Nodelman, Samuel G. Clinical Instructor in 
Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist. New York Hospital. M.D. 
1971, Riga Medical School, Latvia (U.S.S.R.). 

Noel, Gary J. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1976, Dartmouth College; M.D. 
1980, Cornell University Medical College. 

Nonkin, Paul Martin. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1950, New York University; 
M.D. 1954, New York Medical College. 

Nori, Dattatreyudu. Associate Professor of Radiation 
Oncology in Clinical Medicine. Assistant Attending 
Radiologist, New York Hospital. Associate 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1965, Andhra University (India); M.B.B.S. 1971, 
Kurnool Medical College, Sri Venk University 
(India); M.D. 1976, Osmania Institute of Medical 
Science (India). 

Nori, Subhadra L. Assistant Professor of 

Rehabilitation Medicine in Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Physiatrist, New York Hospital. 
M.B.B.S. 1973, Osmania Institute of Medical 
Science (India). 

Norton, Larry. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1968, University of 
Rochester; M.D. 1972, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Notterman, Daniel A. Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in 
Surgery. Assistant Professor of Pharmacology. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1973, Cornell University; M A. 
1978, Tufts University; M.D. 1978, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Notterman, Rebecca Feldsher. Clinical Associate 
Professor of Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, 



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New York Hospital. M.D. 1952, New York 

University School of Medicine. 
Novogrodsky, Abraham. Professor of Biochemistry. 

Professor of Biochemistry in Medicine. M.D. 1960, 

Hebrew University Hadassah Medical School 

(Israel); Ph D 1973, Weitzmann Institute of 

Science (Israel). 
Nowak, Eugene John. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 

Hospital. B.A. 1971, Providence College; M.D. 

1975, University of Medicine and Dentistry of 

N. J., N. J. Medical School. 
Noy, Noa. Assistant Professor of Medicine. B.S. 1976, 

Tel Aviv University (Israel); M.S. 1978, Tel Aviv 

University (Israel); Ph.D. 1981, Tel Aviv University 

(Israel). 

Nunberg, Henry. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1954, Harvard University; 
L.L.B. 1957, Harvard University; M.D. 1962, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Nunez, Eladio A. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Physics in Radiology. B.S. 1951, St. John's 
University; M.S. 1953, St. John's University; Ph.D. 
1964, New York University. 

Nydick, Irwin. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Attending Physician, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
B.A. 1945, Columbia University; M.D. 1948, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Nydick, Martin. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1953, Hobart and William 
Smith College; M.D. 1957, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Nyer, Kenneth Lloyd. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1980, Yeshiva University; 
M.D. 1984, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

O'Brien, James P. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Assistant Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1976, Fordham University; 
M.D. 1981, Dartmouth Medical School. 

O'Brien, Stephen James. Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Orthopedics). Junior Attending 
Orthopedic Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. B.A. 1977, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1981 , University of Virginia 
School of Medicine. 

Ochoa, Manuel, Jr. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1951, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1955, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

O'Connell, Barbara Eustace. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1947, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1951, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Odell, Peter M. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Associate Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1964, 



Bowdoin College; M D. 1968, Tufts University 

School of Medicine. 
O'Donnell, Michael E. Assistant Professor of 

Microbiology. B.S. 1975, University of Portland; 

Ph.D. 1982, University of Michigan. 
Oettgen, Herbert F. Professor of Medicine. Attending 

Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 

Center. M.D. 1951, University of Cologne (West 

Germany). 

Offit, Avodah K. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1952, Hunter College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1967, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Offit, Kenneth. Instructor in Medicine. Instructor in 
Public Health. Clinical Assistant Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 
1977, Princeton University; M.P.H. 1981, Harvard 
School of Public Health; M.D. 1982, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Oka, Masamichi. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pathology. Attending Pathologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1945, Nippon Medical 
School (Japan); Ph.D. 1950, Nippon Medical 
School (Japan). 

Okamoto, Michiko. Professor of Pharmacology. B.S. 
1954, Tokyo College of Pharmacy (Japan); M.S. 
1957, Purdue University; Ph.D. 1964, Cornell 
University. 

Okin, Peter Michael. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1976, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.D. 
1980, Cornell University Medical College. 

Okinaka, Arthur J. Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Associate Attending Surgeon (Cardiothoracic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. A.B. 1950, 
University of Chicago; M.D. 1954, University of 
Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. 

Okolicany, Juraj. Visiting Assistant Professor of 

Physiology and Biophysics. M.D. 1974, Comenius 
University, Bratislava (Czechoslovakia); Ph.D. 
1982, Slovak Academy of Science 
(Czechoslovakia). 

O'Leary, William Michael. Professor of Microbiology. 
B.S. 1952, University of Pittsburgh; M.S. 1953, 
University of Pittsburgh; Ph.D. 1957, University of 
Pittsburgh. 

Olfson, Mark. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1980, Reed College; 
M.D. 1984, Northwestern University Medical 
School. 

dicker, Stanley David. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1949, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1953, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Olivieri, Allan Peter. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1972, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1976, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

O'Loughlin, John Edward. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Pediatrics. Associate Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1967, 



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Boston College; M.D. 1971, Georgetown 
University School of Medicine. 

Olson, Madelyn Elvira. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Neurology. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Attending Neurologist. North Shore University 
Hospital. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital B.S. 1956, University of 
Minnesota; M.D. 1967, University of Minnesota 
Medical School. 

O'Moore, Paul Vincent. Assistant Professor of 

Radiology. Assistant Attending Roentgenologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1979, Harvard University; M.D. 1983. University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Ong, Lawrence Y. C. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1972, Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology; M.D. 1976, University of 
California, San Francisco. 

Oppenheimer, Peter D. Clinical Instructor in 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1976, Long Island 
University; M.D. 1980, Mount Sinai School of 
Medicine. 

Orange, Michael. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1943. New York 
University; M.D. 1945, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

O'Reilly, Richard J. Professor of Pediatrics. Attending 
Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1964, College of the Holy Cross; 
M.D. 1968, University of Rochester School of 
Medicine and Dentistry. 

Orens, Perry A. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1950, Hunter 
College, City University of New York; M.S. 1952, 
University of Leiden (Netherlands); M.D. 1956, 
University of California, Los Angeles, School of 
Medicine. 

Orloft, Stanley J. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1944, Tulane University; M.D. 
1946, Tulane University School of Medicine. 

Ornstein, Sharone B. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, 
Brandeis University; M.D. 1 981 , University of 
Cincinnati College of Medicine. 

Orr-Andrawes, Alison. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1971, 
Wellesley College; M.D. 1981, University of Texas 
Medical School at Galveston. 

Ortof, Edna Charlotte. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1949, City 
College, City University of New York; M.S.W. 
1953, Columbia University; Ph.D. 1969, Yeshiva 
University. 

Orvieto, Lawrence D. Clinical Instructor of Dentistry in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1960, Niagara University; D.D.S. 1964, 
Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Osborne, Michael Piers. Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, Memorial 



Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. M.B.B.S. 1970, 
University of London (United Kingdom); M.S. 
1980, University of London (United Kingdom). 

O'Shaughnessy, Alice Marie. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Medicine. Associate Attending 
Physician, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1965, St. John's University; M.D. 1969, Medical 
College of Wisconsin. 

Ostreich, Richard Alan. Clinical Instructor in 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. M.D. 1977, 
Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Otis, James C. Associate Professor of Applied 
Biomechanics in Surgery. Associate Scientist, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. Associate Engineer, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. Assistant Attending 
Biomedical Engineer, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1967, Tufts University; M.S. 
1969, Tufts University; Ph.D. 1974, Case Western 
Reserve University. 

Overholser, Winfred. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1951, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1955, New York Medical College. 

Owen, George M. Clinical Professor of Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. A.B. 

1951. Hiram College; M.D. 1955, University of 
Cincinnati College of Medicine. 

Pace, Leonard D. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1953, George 
Washington University; M.D. 1957, George 
Washington University School of Medicine. 

Pack, Philip David. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist 
(Periodontist), New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, 
State University of New York at Binghamton; M.D. 
1976, Tufts University School of Medicine. 

Packer, Samuel. Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology. 
Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology. 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. Associate Attending Radiologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1962, New York 
University; M.D. 1966, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Packert, Richard Curtis. Assistant Professor of 
Clinical Radiology. Associate Attending 
Roentgenologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. A.B. 1948, Brown University; M.D. 

1952, Tufts University School of Medicine. 
Padmanabhan, Vellore Thiruvengadam. Associate 

Professor of Clinical Medicine. Attending 
Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
M.B.B.S. 1959, Government Medical College. 
Mysore University (India); M.D. 1962, All India 
Institute of Medical Sciences. 

Paget, Stephen Alan. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. Associate Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1966, 
Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1971, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Paglia, Michael Anthony. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 



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1949, Columbia University; M.D. 1953, New York 

University School of Medicine. 
Pahwa, Savita G. Professor of Pediatrics. Attending 

Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. 

Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 

Cancer Center. MB. B.S 1970, Lady Hardinge 

Medical College (India). 
Palevsky, Gerald. Adjunct Professor of Engineering in 

Public Health. B.S. 1947, Virginia Polytechnic 

Institute; M.S. 1949, Columbia University; MCE. 

1951, New York University; Sc.D. 1978, Columbia 

University. 

Paley, Winston B. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1961, Columbia University; M.D. 1965, New 
York University School of Medicine. 

Palma. James Peter. Clinical Instructor in 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1969, Hofstra University; M.D. 1975, 
University of Rome (Italy). 

Palmer, Lawrence G. Professor of Physiology and 
Biophysics. A.B. 1970, Swarthmore College; 
Ph.D. 1976, University of Pennsylvania. 

Palmer, Lucy. Assistant Professor of Medicine. Senior 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1972, Smith College; 
M.D. 1979, State University of New York at Stony 
Brook Health Science Center. 

Paltzik, Robert L. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. Associate Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1967, Queens 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1 971 , 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Pamilla, Jeanne Rose. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Orthopedics). Attending Surgeon, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. Assistant Attending 
Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1964. St. John's University; M.D 
1968, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

Panicek, David M. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettenng Cancer Center. B.A. 1976, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1980, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Panio, Michael W. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 

Consultant, Hospital for Special Surgery. 

Consultant, Burke Rehabilitation Center. B.A. 

1968, Cornell University; M.D. 1972, Cornell 

University Medical College. 
Panneerselvam, Chinnakkannu. Visiting Assistant 

Professor of Biochemistry. B.S. 1972, Madras 

University (India); M.S. 1975, Madras University 

(India); M.Phil. 1977, Madras University (India); 

Ph.D. 1981, Madras University (India). 
Panter, Gideon G. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 

Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 

Hospital. B.A. 1956, Cornell University; M.D. 

1960, Cornell University Medical College. 
Papadeas, Vicki Anne. Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 



York Hospital. B.S. 1976, Tufts University; M.D 

1980, Tufts University School of Medicine. 
Pape, Jean William. Associate Professor of Medicine 

B.S. 1971, Columbia University; M.D. 1975, 

Cornell University Medical College. 
Papiasvili, Avtandil. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Clinical Affiliate. New York Hospital. M.D. 1972, 

National Medical Institute A.V. Lunacharsky 

(U.S.S.R.). 

Pardee, Joel David. Associate Professor of Cell 
Biology and Anatomy. B.S. 1973, Colorado State 
University; Ph.D. 1978, Colorado State University. 

Pardes, Jorge G. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1976, University of Buenos 
Aires Faculty of Medicine (Argentina). 

Paris, Joseph Isaac. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology, Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1952, 
Syracuse University; M.D. 1959, Howard 
University College of Medicine. 

Parisier, Simon Claude. Clinical Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, Manhattan Eye, Ear and 
Throat Hospital. B.A. 1957, Columbia College; 
M.D. 1961, Boston University School of Medicine. 

Park, Benjamin B. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1965. Seoul National 
University of Medicine (Korea). 

Park, Dong H. Associate Research Professor of 
Neuroscience. B.S. 1961. Seoul National 
University of Medicine (Korea); M.S. 1968, 
Brigham Young University; Ph.D. 1970, Brigham 
Young University. 

Parker, Lynda Michele. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1968, C.W. Post College; M.A. 
1970, New York University; M.D. 1974, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Parker, Thomas Stephan. Assistant Professor of 
Biochemistry. B.S. 1968, California State 
University; Ph.D. 1975, University of California, 
Los Angeles. 

Parnell, Vincent A., Jr. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1971, Manhattan 
College; M.D. 1976, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Parris, Anthony Christos. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1974, State University of New York at 
Binghamton; M.D. 1978, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Parrish, Edward James. Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1972, Duke University; M.S. 1976. Bowman 
Gray School of Medicine; M.D. 1980, Bowman 
Gray School of Medicine. 

Parsons, Edward L. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1952, University of 
Massachusetts, Amherst; M.D. C M. 1956, McGill 
University College of Medicine (Canada). 

Partridge. Henry S. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 



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University Hospital. A.B. 1964, College of the Holy 
Cross; M.D. 1968, Georgetown University School 
of Medicine. 

Pascarelli, Emil F. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Clinical Public Health. B.A. 1952, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1958, University of Pavia (Italy). 

Pascoe, Leigh. Instructor of Genetics in Pediatrics. 
B.S. 1979, University of Melbourne (Australia); 
Ph.D. 1985, University of Sydney (Australia). 

Pasmantier, Mark W. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1962. Amherst College; M.D. 
1966, New York University School of Medicine. 

Pasternak, Gavrll W. Associate Professor of 
Neurology and Neuroscience. Associate 
Professor of Pharmacology. Attending 
Neurologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Associate Attending Neurologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1969, Johns Hopkins 
University; M.D. 1973, Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine; Ph.D. 1974, Johns Hopkins 
University School of Medicine. 

Pastorek. Norman Joseph. Clinical Associate 
Professor of Otorhinolaryngology. Associate 
Attending Otorhinolaryngologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1960, Augustana College; M.D. 
1964, University of Illinois College of Medicine. 

Pathak, Rameshwar. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
M.B.B.S. 1 974, Prince of Wales Medical College, 
Patna University (India). 

Paton, David. Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology. 
Associate Attending Ophthalmologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1952, Princeton University; M.D. 
1956, Johns Hopkins University School of 
Medicine. 

Patten, John Talbot. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1971, University of 
Melbourne (Australia). 

Patterson. Robert Lee, Jr. Professor Emeritus of 
Surgery (Orthopedics). Consultant, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. B.A. 1928, University of Georgia; 
M.D. 1932, Harvard Medical School. 

Patterson. Russel H., Jr. Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon-in-Charge (Neurosurgery), 
New York Hospital. Associate Attending Surgeon. 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1948, Stanford University; M.D. 1952, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Pauker, Samuel L. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1970, 
University of Rochester; M.D. 1980, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Paul, Edward Mark. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1978, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1982, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Pavlov, Helene. Professor of Clinical Radiology 
Attending Radiologist, Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Attending Radiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1968, Temple University; M.D. 
1972, Temple University School of Medicine. 

Payne, Mary Ann. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Medicine. Emeritus Staff, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1935, Hood College; M A. 1941, University of 



Wisconsin; Ph.D. 1943, University of Wisconsin; 
M.D. 1945, Cornell University Medical College. 

Paynton, Barbara Vivienne. Assistant Professor of 
Reproductive Biology in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Professor of Cell Biology 
and Anatomy. B.S. 1974, Upsala College; B.A. 
1975, Upsala College; Ph.D. 1980, Jefferson 
Medical College. 

Pazner, Sherman. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1962, Pennsylvania State 
University; M.D. 1966, Jefferson Medical College. 

Pearce, David Barry. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1960, 
Union College; M.D. 1966, New York Medical 
College. 

Pechman, Paul. Clinical Instructor of Medicine in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate. New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1973, Boston University; M.D. 1977, Boston 
University School of Medicine. 

Pecker, Mark Steven. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine in Physiology and Biophysics. Associate 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1973, Brown University; M.D. 1977, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Pelcovitz, David. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Staff Psychologist. 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1973, 
Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
M.S. 1974, Brooklyn College, City University of 
New York; Ph.D. 1977, University of 
Pennsylvania. 

Pelino, David Franklin. Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1974, 
Boston College; M S. 1977, University of Georgia; 
M.D. 1984, Medical College of Georgia. 

Pellicci, Paul M. Associate Professor of Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Assistant Professor of Cell Biology 
and Anatomy. Associate Attending Surgeon 
(Orthopedic Surgery), New York Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. B.A. 1971, Johns Hopkins 
University; M.D. 1975, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Pellman, Carl M. Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor 
of Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Urology), New York Hospital. A.B. 1954, Amherst 
College; M.D. 1958, Columbia University College 
of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Pender, Vivian Sara Blotnick. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1965, State 
University of New York College at Cortland; M.D. 
1969, Medical College of Pennsylvania. 

Pentlow, Keith. Assistant Professor of Physics in 
Clinical Radiology. Assistant Attending Physicist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1961, University of London (United Kingdom); 
M.S. 1972, University of London (United 
Kingdom). 

Perecman, Ellen. Assistant Professor of 

Neuropsychology in Neuroscience. B.A. 1975, 
Sarah Lawrence College; Ph D. 1980, City 



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University of New York Graduate School and 
University Center. 

Perelman, Michael A. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1971, 
University of Wisconsin, Madison; M.S. 1973, 
Columbia University, Teachers College; Ph.D. 
1976, Columbia University, Teachers College. 

Peretz, Walter L. Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology. 
Attending Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1947, Princeton University; M.D. 1952, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Pergolizzi, Robert George. Assistant Professor of 
Pathology. B.S. 1971, Hofstra University; M.A. 
1974, Hofstra University; M.A. 1976, Columbia 
University; M.Phil. 1978, Columbia University; 
Ph.D. 1979, Columbia University. 

Perlin, Martin. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Clinical Affiliate, St. Barnabas Hospital. B.S. 1972, 
Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1976, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Perlmutter, Robert Ashley. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1977, Queens 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1981, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Perlstein, Abraham Phillip. Adjunct Assistant 
Professor of Psychiatry. Senior Assistant 
Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1949, University of Oregon; M.D. 
1953, New York University School of Medicine. 

Perman, Joshua M. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1937, Johns Hopkins 
University; M.D. 1941, University of Maryland 
School of Medicine. 

Perpignano, Margaret I. Cuomo. Assistant Professor 
of Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1977, St. 
John's University; M.D. 1981, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Perrone. Francis S. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Associate Attending Physician, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. M.D. 1950, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Perry, Henry Daniel. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Senior Assistant Attending 
Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1967, Hofstra University; M.D. 1971, University of 
Cincinnati College of Medicine. 

Perry, Samuel Wesley, III. Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1963, Princeton University; M.D. 
1967, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Peskin, Mervyn Max. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1960, University of 
Witwatersrand (South Africa); L.L.B. 1963, 
University of Witwatersrand (South Africa); 
M.B.B.Ch. 1971, University of Witwatersrand 
(South Africa). 



Peters, John Christopher. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1977, Manhattan 
College; M.D. 1981, New York University School 
of Medicine. 

Peters, Nancy. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1944, Cornell University; M.D. 
1948, Cornell University Medical College. 

Peters, Robert Mitchell. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1974, Manhattan 
College; M.D. 1978, New York University School 
of Medicine. 

Peterson, Hart deC. Clinical Professor of Neurology. 
Clinical Professor of Neurology in Pediatrics. 
Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital. 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. 
Associate Attending Pediatric Neurologist, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. Consultant, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1954, Middlebury College; M.D. 1958, Boston 
University School of Medicine. 

Peterson, Loretta Lydia. Instructor of Rehabilitation 
Medicine in Surgery Assistant Attending 
Physiatrist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1975, 
University of Michigan; M.D. 1979, Wayne State 
University College of Medicine. 

Peterson, Mark Earl. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Physics in Radiology. B.S. 1974, University of 
Minnesota; D.V.M. 1976, University of Minnesota. 

Peterson, Powers. Associate Professor of Pathology. 
Associate Attending Pathologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1969, Northwestern University; B.S. 
1972, University of Georgia; M.D. 1975, Medical 
College of Georgia. 

Peterson, Ralph E. Professor Emeritus of Medicine. 
Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. B.S. 1940, 
Kansas State College; M.S. 1941, Kansas State 
College; M.D. 1946, Columbia University College 
of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Petito, Carol K. Professor of Pathology. Attending 
Pathologist, New York Hospital. Consultant, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1963, Tufts University; M.D. 1967, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Petito, Frank A. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Neurology. Associate Attending Neurologist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1963, Princeton University; 
M.D. 1967, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Petrek, Jeanne Ann. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1969, Case 
Western Reserve University; M.D. 1973, Case 
Western Reserve University School of Medicine. 

Peyser, Ellen Rees. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1966, Oberlin College; M.D. 
1974, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Pfeffer, Cynthia R. Professor of Psychiatry. Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1964, 
Douglass College; M.D. 1968, New York 
University School of Medicine. 



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Pfister, David Gerard. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Assistant Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. A.B. 1977, Dartmouth College; 
M.D. 1982, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

Phansalkar, Sinha Shubha. Clinical Instructor in 

Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

M.B.B.S. 1974, G.S. Seth Medical College of 

Bombay University (India). 
Phillips, Arthur. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 

York Hospital. B.A. 1962, University of Wisconsin; 

M.D. 1966, New York University School of 

Medicine. 

Phillips, Malcolm Charles. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1972, Amherst College; M.D. 1976, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Phillips, Ralph F. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Radiology. Emeritus Staff, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. M.B.B.S. 1928, 
University of London (United Kingdom); M.S. 
1930, University of London (United Kingdom). 

Phillips, Steven C. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Public Health. A.B. 1969, Stanford University; 
M.D. 1973, Stanford University School of 
Medicine; M.P.H. 1979, University of California, 
Los Angeles. 

Philson, Arthur De Long. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1938, University of Notre Dame; M.D. 1942, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Piaser, Frederick J. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1969, Rider 
College; M.D. 1976, Universidad Autonoma de 
Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Picard, Daniel L. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. B.S. 
1968, Paris University (France); M.D. 1974, Paris 
Medical School (France). 

Piccaro, Ernest R. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Dental and Oral). Associate Attending 
Dentist, New York Hospital. D.D.S. 1953, State 
University of New York at Buffalo School of 
Medicine. 

Picciano, Jacqueline. Associate Librarian. B.A. 1950, 
Trinity College; M.S. 1952, Catholic University of 
America; M B A. 1986, Rutgers State University. 

Piccione, Gary A. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Honorary Staff, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1941, Princeton University; M.D. 
1944, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Pickel, Virginia Margaret. Professor of Neuroscience. 
B.S. 1965, University of Tennessee; M.S. 1967, 
University of Tennessee; Ph.D. 1970, Vanderbilt 
University School of Medicine. 

Picker, William Richard. Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1978, 
Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck; M.A. 
1981 , Oklahoma State University; Ph.D. 1984, 
Oklahoma State University. 

Pickering, Thomas George. Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1962, Cambridge University (United Kingdom); 



M.B.B.Ch. 1966, Cambridge University Medical 
School (United Kingdom); M.A. 1968, Cambridge 
University (United Kingdom); Ph.D. 1970, Oxford 
University (United Kingdom). 

Pierri, Mary Kathryn Madeline. Assistant Professor of 
Clinical Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, 
Manhattanville College; M.D. 1974, Medical 
College of Pennsylvania. 

Pietrucha, Dorothy Mary. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Neurology. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1964, Rutgers State University; 
M.D. 1968, University of Medicine and Dentistry of 
N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

Pinchoff, Barry Scott. Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Senior Assistant Attending 
Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1975, Columbia University; M.D. 1979, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Pindyck, Johanna. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. A.B. 1959, Vassar College; M.D. 1963, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Pipala, Joseph H. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1975, Manhattan 
College; M.A. 1976, Columbia University; M.D. 
1980, Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Pipili, Eva. Visiting Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
B.S. 1974, University of Athens (Greece); Ph.D. 
1980, University of Aston (United Kingdom). 

Piskacek, Vladimir Richard. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Psychiatry. Senior Assistant 
Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.D. 1956, Charles University, Prague 
(Czechoslovakia). 

Pitts, William Reid, Jr. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery (Urology). Associate Attending Surgeon 
(Urology), New York Hospital. B.A. 1963, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1967, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Pizzarello, Roy Anthony. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1965, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1969, George 
Washington University School of Medicine. 

Pizzi, Walter Francis. Professor of Clinical Surgery. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, Catholic Medical 
Center of Brooklyn and Queens. Attending 
Surgeon, New York Hospital. A.B. 1954, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1958, New York Medical College. 

Pletcher, Beth Ann. Instructor in Pediatrics. B.A. 
1978, Stanford University; M.D. 1982, Rush 
Medical College. 

Plum, Fred. Anne Parrish Titzell Professor of 

Neurology (chairman). Neurologist-in-Chief, New 
York Hospital. Consultant, North Shore University 
Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1944, Dartmouth College; 
M.D. 1947, Cornell University Medical College. 

Pochron, Sharon Frances. Assistant Professor of 
Pathology. Biochemist, Catholic Medical Center of 
Brooklyn and Queens. A.B. 1972, Albertus 
Magnus College; Ph.D. 1978, Boston University. 



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Poker, Nathan. Associate Professor of Radiology. 
Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1942, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1950, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Polan, H. Jonathan. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1974, Princeton University; M.D. 
1979, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Pollak, Charles. Associate Professor of Neurology in 
Psychiatry. Associate Professor of Neurology. 
Associate Attending Neurologist in Psychiatry, 
New York Hospital. Associate Attending 
Neurologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1962, 
University of Michigan; M.D. 1967, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Pollak, Harvey Bruce. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1967, University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D. 1971, Chicago Medical 
School. 

Polsky, Bruce Warren. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Assistant Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1976, University of Michigan; 
M.D. 1980, Wayne State University School of 
Medicine. 

Pomerantz, Kenneth Barry. Assistant Professor of 
Physiology in Medicine. B.A. 1974, Adelphi 
University; Ph.D. 1981, Georgetown University. 

Poole, Thomas Allen. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1962, 
University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1966, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Poon, Eric Sin-Kam. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1976, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1982, Universidad 
La Salle Escuela de Medicina (Mexico). 

Portenoy, Russell Keith. Assistant Professor of 
Neurology. Assistant Attending Neurologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Assistant 
Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1976, Cornell University; M.D. 1980, University of 
Maryland School of Medicine. 

Portlock, Carol Swanson. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 
1966, Stanford University; M.D. 1971, Stanford 
University School of Medicine. 

Posner, Jerome B. Professor of Neurology and 
Neuroscience. Attending Neurologist, New York 
Hospital. Attending Neurologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1951 , University of 
Washington; M.D. 1955, University of Washington 
School of Medicine. 

Posnett, David Neil. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1975, University of Geneva 
(Switzerland). 

Post, Martin R. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1963, University of 



Pennsylvania; M.D. 1967, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Potor, Aurelia. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Emeritus Staff, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1936, Western Reserve University; M.D. 1941, 
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. 

Pottanat, Joseph V. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M B. B.S. 1964, Kerala 
University Medical College (India). 

Powell, Dionne Rose. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry 
(Courtesy). Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1980, Oberlin College; M.D. 1984, University 
of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Powers, Edward William, III. Clinical Instructor in 
Surgery (Plastic Surgery). Clinical Instructor of 
Surgery in Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1963, Fairfield University; M.S. 
1964, Fordham University; M.D. 1968, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Praissman, Melvin. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Biochemistry in Psychiatry. B.S. 1962, University 
of Pittsburgh; Ph.D. 1967, University of Arizona. 

Pratila, Margaret Gwendoline. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Anesthesiology. Associate Attending 
Anesthesiologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. M.B.B.Ch. 1958, University of 
Wales (United Kingdom). 

Pravda, Ian. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1964, Bates College; 
M.D. 1970, University of Lausanne (Switzerland). 

Preibisz, Jacek Jan. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1957, Academy of Medicine, 
Warsaw (Poland); D.M.Sc. 1971, Academy of 
Medicine, Warsaw (Poland). 

Preminger, Ben Israel. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1969, Hartwick College; M.D. 
1975, University of Bologna (Italy). 

Price, Francis W. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. B.S. 1946, Butler University; M.D. 1951, 
Indiana University School of Medicine. 

Price, John Marshall. Clinical Assistant Professor 
Psychiatry. Senior Assistant Attending 
Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. A.B. 
1949, Dartmouth College; M.D. 1952, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Price, Stephen Norman. Clinical Assistant Professor 
Psychiatry. Senior Assistant Attending 
Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1955, Cornell University; M.D. 1959, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Prince, Alfred M. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Pathology. B.A. 1949, Yale University; M.A. 1951, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1955, Western 
Reserve University. 

Prince, Henry K. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1973, State University of New York at 
Buffalo; M.D. 1977, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 



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Prince, Ivin B. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Associate Attending Dentist 
(Prosthodontist), New York Hospital. A.B. 1943, 
New York University; D.D.S. 1948, Columbia 
University School of Dental and Oral Surgery. 

Prioleau, Philip Gendron. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Medicine. Assistant Professor of 
Pathology. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. Assistant Attending Pathologist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1963, University of 
Virginia; M.D. 1967, Medical University of South 
Carolina. 

Pritchett, R.A. Rees. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 

Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 

1944, Houghton College; M.D. 1948, Cornell 

University Medical College. 
Procaccino, Angelo J. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 

Senior Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 

University Hospital. B.S. 1975, Manhattan 

College; M.D. 1979, New York Medical College. 
Pruden, Peter Hotard. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 

Assistant Attending Oral Surgeon, New York 

Hospital. A.B. 1975, Colgate University; D.D.S. 

1979, Case Western Reserve University School of 

Medicine. 

Prusnofsky, Leslie. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1973, 
Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1977, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Puccio, Joanne. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1981, Vassar College; M.D. 1986, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Puckett, Reginald T. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1961, 
University of Richmond; M.S. 1963, University of 
Illinois; Ph.D. 1965, University of Illinois; M.D. 
1976, University of Illinois College of Medicine. 

Pugliese, Gale N. Assistant Professor of 

Rehabilitation Medicine in Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Physiatrist, New York Hospital. Clinical 
Assistant Physiatrist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1979, Johns Hopkins 
University; M.D. 1983, New York Medical College. 

Pugliese, Michael Thomas. Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1975, Johns 
Hopkins University; M.D. 1978, Johns Hopkins 
University School of Medicine. 

Pulsinelli, William Anthony. Professor of Neurology 
and Neuroscience. Attending Neurologist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1965, Villanova University; 
Ph.D. 1970, University of Utah College of 
Medicine; M.D. 1973, University of Utah College 
of Medicine. 

Putnam, John Joseph. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery (Dental and Oral). Attending Dentist, New 
York Hospital. D.D.S. 1952, State University of 
New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Pytlak, Edna Anne. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1979, State University of New York 
at Albany; M.D. 1983, Albany Medical College. 



Quan, Stuart H. Q. Clinical Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. M.D. 1945, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Quen, Jacques Marc. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1948, Bethany College; M.S. 1950, Brown 
University; M.D. 1954, Yale University School of 
Medicine. 

Quimby, Fred W. Associate Professor of Pathology. 
D.V.M. 1970, University of Pennsylvania; Ph.D. 
1974, University of Pennsylvania. 

Quinn, Thomas J. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
B.A. 1979, State University of New York at Stony 
Brook; M.D. 1983, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Quitt, Leonard E. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Dental and Oral). Associate Attending 
Dentist (TMJ), New York Hospital. B.A. 1940, 
Johns Hopkins University; D.D.S. 1943, University 
of Maryland School of Medicine. 

Rabiner, Edwin Lloyd. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1948, Franklin and Marshall 
College; M.D. 1952, University of Pennsylvania 
School of Medicine. 

Rabinowitz, Stephen H. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, La Guardia 
Hospital. B.A. 1966, Yeshiva University; M.D. 
1970, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Rabkin, Richard. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1954, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1957, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Rachele, Julian R. Professor Emeritus of 

Biochemistry. B.A. 1934, New York University; 
M.S. 1935, New York University; Ph.D. 1939, New 
York University. 

Rackson, Marlene Ellen. Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1978, Bryn Mawr College; 
M.D. 1982, Medical College of Pennsylvania. 

Radomisli, Aylin. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1958, Istanbul University 
Medical School (Turkey); M.D. 1971, University of 
Lausanne (Switzerland). 

Radomisli, Michel. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1951, 
Robert College (Turkey); A.M. 1958, Columbia 
University; Ph.D. 1962, New York University. 

Raftery, Thomas Lawrence. Clinical Assistant 

Professor of Surgery. Attending Surgeon, Catholic 
Medical Center of Brooklyn and Queens. B.A. 
1958, Brown University; M.D. 1962, New York 
Medical College. 

Ragasa, Josephine P. Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Associate Attending 
Anesthesiologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1949, University of the 



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Philippines; M.D. 1954, University of Santo Tomas 

(Philippines). 
Ragazzoni, Gian Domenico. Assistant Professor of 

Physics in Clinical Radiology. Associate Attending 

Physicist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 

Center. B.S. 1962, Columbia University; M.S. 

1968, Columbia University. 
Raice, Deborah L. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 

B.A. 1979, Yeshiva University, Sterns College for 

Women; M.D. 1983, Albert Einstein College of 

Medicine of Yeshiva University. 
Rakowitz, Frederic. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 

University Hospital. B.A. 1966, New York 

University; M.S. 1970, New York University; Ph.D. 

1973, New York University; M.D. 1978, Albany 

Medical College. 
Ramos, Elizabeth. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 

Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 

1981, Barnard College; M.D. 1985, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Rampello, Isabella M. Clinical Instructor of 
Rehabilitation Medicine in Surgery. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. A. A. 1972, Finch 
College; B.S. 1974, St. John's University; M.D. 

1982, Chicago Medical School. 

Ramsdell, John Alan. Clinical Instructor of Surgery in 

Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

B.A. 1949, Yale University; M.D. 1954, Columbia 

University College of Physicians and Surgeons; 

M.S. 1959, University of Minnesota. 
Ranawat, Chitranjan Singh. Professor of Clinical 

Surgery (Orthopedics). Attending Surgeon, 

Hospital for Special Surgery. Attending Surgeon 

(Orthopedic Surgery), New York Hospital. 

M.B.B.S. 1958, M.G.M. Medical College of the 

University of Indore (India); M.S. 1961, M.G.M. 

Medical College of the University of Indore (India). 
Rapaport, Robert. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

B.S. 1970, City College, City University of New 

York; M.D. 1974, State University of New York 

Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 
Rapoport, Samuel. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Neurology. Assistant Attending Neurologist, New 

York Hospital. B.S. 1971, Cornell University; M.D. 

1976, Cornell University Medical College; Ph.D. 

1978, Rockefeller University. 
Rappaport, Irwin. Clinical Professor of Pediatrics. 

Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.S. 

1953, Columbia University; M.D. 1962, Medical 

College of Virginia. 
Rasweiler, John Jacob, IV. Associate Professor of 

Reproductive Biology in Clinical Obstetrics and 

Gynecology. A.B. 1965, Colgate University; Ph.D. 

1970, Cornell University. 
Rathnam, Premila. Associate Professor of 

Endocrinology in Obstetrics and Gynecology. B.S. 

1955, Madras University (India); M.S. 1962, 

University of Wisconsin; Ph.D. 1966, Seton Hall 

University. 

Rattazzi, Mario Cristiano. Professor of Pediatrics. 

M.D. 1961, University of Naples (Italy). 
Rattner, Howard Mitchell. Clinical Instructor in 

Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North 



Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1978, University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D. 1982, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Raw, Saul David. Clinical Instructor of Social Work in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1968, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.S.W. 1972, Hunter 
College, City University of New York. 

Rawlinson, Keith. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Associate Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1967, St. Bartholomew's 
Hospital Medical College (United Kingdom). 

Ray, Bronson Sands. Professor Emeritus of Surgery. 
Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. B.S. 1924, 
Franklin College of Indiana; M.D. 1928, 
Northwestern University Medical School; D.Sc. 
1950, Franklin College of Indiana. 

Rayburn, Joseph Lee. Assistant Professor of 

Pathology. Assistant Attending Pathologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1972, Vanderbilt University; 
M.D. 1976, University of Louisville School of 
Medicine. 

Rayson, Barbara Mary. Assistant Professor of 

Physiology and Biophysics. Assistant Professor of 
Physiology in Medicine. B.S. 1972, University of 
Melbourne (Australia); Ph.D. 1976, University of 
Melbourne (Australia). 

Reader, George Gordon. Livingston Farrand 
Professor of Public Health and Preventive 
Medicine. Professor of Public Health (chairman). 
Professor of Medicine. Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1940, Cornell University; M.D. 
1943, Cornell University Medical College. 

Rebholz, Anthony O. Clinical Instructor of Surgery in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1961, College of the Holy Cross; D.M.D. 
1965, University of Medicine and Dentistry of 
N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

Recio-Pinto, Esperanza. Instructor of Physiology in 
Anesthesiology. Instructor in Physiology and 
Biophysics. B.S. 1979, Northeastern University; 
M.S. 1982, Columbia University; Ph.D. 1984, 
Columbia University. 

Reckler, Jon M. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon (Urology), 
New York Hospital. A.B. 1962, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1966, Harvard Medical School. 

Redd, William H. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.A. 1964, College of William and Mary; 
M.A. 1966, University of North Carolina, 
Greensboro; Ph.D. 1969, University of North 
Carolina, Chapel Hill. 

Reddy, Gaddam D. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, Mary 
Immaculate Hospital. Attending Pediatrician, St. 
Johns Queens Hospital. F.A. 1955, V.R. College 
(India); M.B.B.S. 1961, Andhra Medical College 
(India); M.D. 1964, Gandhi Medical College, 
Osmania University (India). 

Reding, Michael James. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Neurology. B.S. 1969, Benedictine 
College; M.D. 1973, University of Kansas Medical 
Center School of Medicine. 



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Redlener, Irwin Eliot. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1964, Hofstra University; M.D. 
1969, University of Miami School of Medicine. 

Redner, Arlene Sara. Instructor in Pediatrics. Clinical 
Assistant Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1973, Tufts University; 
M.D. 1977, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

Redo, S. Frank. Professor of Surgery. Professor of 
Surgery in Pediatrics. Attending Surgeon, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1942, Queens College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1950, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Reed, Steven Gregory. Adjunct Associate Professor 
of Microbiology in Medicine. B.A. 1973, Whitman 
College; M.S. 1977, University of Montana; Ph.D. 
1979, University of Montana. 

Reeves, John P. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Physiology and Biophysics. B.S. 1964, Juniata 
College; Ph.D. 1969, Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology. 

Reggev, Avner. Assistant Professor of Medicine in 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Physician in 
Psychiatry, New York Hospital. B.S. 1973, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1976, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Rehmar, Michael I. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1946, Williams College; M.D. 1949, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Reibman, Jean. Associate Librarian. B.A. 1973, 
Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
M.L.S. 1975, Queens College, City University of 
New York. 

Reich, Lilian Maria. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 
1959, University of Buenos Aires Faculty of 
Medicine (Argentina); Ph.D. 1961, University of 
Buenos Aires Faculty of Medicine (Argentina). 

Reich, Stephen. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1960, 
Columbia University; M.B.A. 1963, Columbia 
University; M.A. 1970, Fordham University; Ph.D. 
1972, Fordham University. 

Reichman, Bonnie S. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Assistant Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1976, Cornell University; 
M.D. 1980, St. Louis University School of 
Medicine. 

Reid, Carolyn Anne. Associate Librarian. B.A. 1970, 
University of Missouri; M.A. 1970, University of 
Missouri. 

Reid, Hollis C. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, Brown 
University; M.D. 1979, Boston University School 
of Medicine. 

Reidenberg, Marcus Milton. Assistant Dean. 
Professor of Pharmacology. Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1958, Temple University School of 
Medicine. 



Reiman, Reuben Herbert. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, 
New York Hospital. A.B. 1947, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1951, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Reiner, Dan Seth. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Senior Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1976, Washington 
University; M.D. 1980, St. Louis University School 
of Medicine. 

Reiner, Steven C. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, Catholic Medical 
Center of Brooklyn and Queens. B.A. 1969, 
Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1973, New York Medical College. 

Reis, Donald J. George C. Cotzias Distinguished 
Professor of Neurology. Professor of Neurology in 
Psychiatry. Attending Neurologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1953, Cornell University; M.D. 
1956, Cornell University Medical College. 

Reiser, Peter Matthew. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1968, Rutgers State 
University; M.D. 1972, University of Medicine and 
Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

Reisman, Lonny. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1976, State University of New York at Stony 
Brook; M.D. 1981, Tel Aviv University Medical 
School (Israel). 

Rembar, James Carlson. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, 
Sarah Lawrence College; M.A. 1976, University of 
Michigan; Ph.D. 1978, University of Michigan. 

Remigio, Paterno A. Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Attending Physician, Catholic Medical Center of 
Brooklyn and Queens. M.D. 1956, University of 
Santo Tomas (Philippines). 

Reppucci, Vincent S. Clinical Instructor in 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1979, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1983, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Resnick, Gene D. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1970, Cornell University; M.D. 
1974, Cornell University Medical College. 

Resnick, Lawrence Malcolm. Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1967, Northwestern 
University; M.D. 1970, Northwestern University 
Medical School. 

Reubins, Marc S. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Senior Assistant Attending 
Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 
1968, Union College; M.D. 1974, Chicago Medical 
School. 

Reuter, Victor E. Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Assistant Attending Pathologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1973, University of 
Puerto Rico; M.D. 1978, Pedro H. Urena National 
University (Dominican Republic). 

Revenson, Tracey A. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. B.A. 1977, Yale 



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University; M.A. 1980, New York University; Ph.D. 
1982, New York University. 

Reyes, Amelia N. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1956, Maryknoll 
College (Philippines); M.D. 1976, University of the 
Philippines College of Medicine. 

Reznikoff, Marvin. Adjunct Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychologist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1948, City College, City University 
of New York; M.A. 1949, New York University; 
Ph.D. 1953, New York University. 

Rho, Dae-Sik. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Rehabilitation Medicine in Surgery. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.D. 1962, Kyung 
Pook National University College of Medicine 
(Korea). 

Rho, Yong-Myun. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Pathology. M.D. 1955, Seoul National University 
of Medicine (Korea); M.S. 1958, Seoul National 
University of Medicine (Korea). 

Rich, Daniel Stephen. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Assistant Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1973, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1977, Harvard Medical School. 

Richard, Jack. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1950, Cornell University; M.D. 1953, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Richmond, Stephen. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1959, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1963, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Rick, Malcolm Mark. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Chief Psychologist, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1959, 
Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
Ph.D. 1964, Adelphi University. 

Riehle, Robert Arthur, Jr. Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon (Urology), 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, Yale University; 
M.D. 1973, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Rienzo, John Salvatore. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Obstetrics and Gynecology. B.A. 1942, St. 
John's University; M.D. 1945, Medical College of 
Wisconsin. 

Riew, K. Daniel. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1980, Harvard University; M.D. 1984, Case 
Western Reserve University School of Medicine. 

Rifkin, Terry. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1977, Yeshiva University; M.D. 1981, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Rifkind, Arleen B. Professor of Pharmacology. 

Associate Professor of Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1960, Bryn Mawr 
College; M.D. 1964, New York University School 
of Medicine. 

Rifkind, Richard A. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.S. 1952, Yale University; M.D. 1955, 



Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Rigas, Basil. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. M.D. 
1972, National University of Athens Faculty of 
Medicine (Greece); M.S.D. 1975, National 
University of Athens Faculty of Medicine (Greece). 

Riggio, Robert Royce. Associate Professor of 
Biochemistry. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Professor of Surgery. Associate 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1954, Dartmouth College; M.D. 1958, New 
York Medical College. 

Riker, Walter F., Jr. Revlon Pharmaceutical Professor 
Emeritus of Pharmacology and Toxicology. 
Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. B.S. 1939, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1943, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Rimnac, Clare Marie. Associate Professor of Applied 
Biomechanics in Surgery. Associate Scientist, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 1978, Carnegie- 
Mellon University; M.S. 1980, Lehigh University; 
Ph.D. 1983, Lehigh University. 

Rivelis, Marcos. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. Assistant Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. M.D. 1963, 
University Nacional Rosario Faculty of Medicine 
(Argentina). 

Rivlin, Richard S. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1955, Harvard University; M.D. 1959, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Rizzo, Thomas Dignan. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Orthopedic Surgery), Hospital for Special 
Surgery. B.S. 1953, Georgetown University; M.D. 
1956, Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Robbett, William F. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Senior Assistant Attending 
Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 
1943, University of Notre Dame; M.D. 1947, 
Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Robbins, David Bruce. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1956, Union College; M.D. 
1960, Cornell University Medical College. 

Robbins, Mitchell Andrew. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1971, State 
University of New York at Stony Brook; M.D. 
1975, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Robbins, Stewart Alan. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1974, Hofstra University; 
M.D. 1978, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Robbins, William Clinton. Clinical Associate Professor 
Emeritus of Medicine. Honorary Staff, New York 
Hospital. Associate Attending Physician, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. A.B. 1942, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1945, Cornell University Medical 
College. 



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Roberts, Calvin W. Associate Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Associate Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1974, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1978, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Roberts, Richard Bryant. Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1955, Dartmouth College; 
M.D. 1959, Temple University School of Medicine. 

Roberts, Thomas Nelson. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1946, University of South 
Dakota; M.D. 1948, Harvard Medical School. 

Robertson, Hugh D. Associate Professor of 
Biochemistry. B.A. 1964, Harvard University; 
Ph.D. 1969, Rockefeller University. 

Roch, James Jeremy. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
B.A. 1977, Amherst College; M A. 1984, 
University of Rochester; M.D. 1984, Tufts 
University School of Medicine. 

Rocha, Heonir. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. M.D. 
1954, Federal University, Bahia (Brazil). 

Rochwarger, Arnold M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1964, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1968, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Rockland, Lawrence Howard. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1952, Union 
College; M.D. 1956, Albany Medical College. 

Rodman, John S. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1966, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1970, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Rodman, Richard H. Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1977, Amherst College; M.D. 
1981, Yale University School of Medicine. 

Rodman, Toby C. Professor Emeritus of Cell Biology 
and Anatomy. B.S. 1937, Philadelphia College of 
Pharmacology and Science; M.S. 1961, New York 
University; Ph.D. 1963, New York University. 

Rodrigues, Roy John. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1979, Grant Medical College of 
Bombay University (India); M.D. 1982, Grant 
Medical College of Bombay University (India). 

Rodriguez. Rhina. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, St. Johns 
Queens Hospital. B.A. 1974, University of 
Connecticut; M.D. 1979, Pedro H. Urena National 
University (Dominican Republic). 

Rodriguez-Boulan, Enrique Javier. Professor of Cell 
Biology and Anatomy. B.A. 1963, University of 
Buenos Aires Faculty of Sciences (Argentina); 
M.D. 1969, University of Buenos Aires Faculty of 
Medicine (Argentina). 

Roe, Daphne Anderson. Professor of Nutrition in 
Medicine. M.B.B.S. 1946, University of London 



(United Kingdom); M.D. 1950, University of 
London (United Kingdom). 
Rogers, Charles Emmett. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Surgery. Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Consultant, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1942, Marquette 
University; M.D. 1945, Medical College of 
Wisconsin. 

Rogers, David Elliott. Walsh McDermott University 
Professor of Medicine. Honorary Staff, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1948, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Rohrlich, Jay B. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1963, Williams College; M.D. 
1967, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Roiphe, Jean Olivia. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1979, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1983, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Roman, Mary J. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1974, Barnard 
College; M.D. 1980, Columbia University College 
of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Romano, John F. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1969, St. 
Peter's College; M.D. 1973, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Romano, Patricia M. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1974, Long Island University; M.D. 1979, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Romano, Steven J. Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1981, 
Washington University; M.D. 1985, University of 
Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia. 

Romero, Phillip Earl. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.D. 1977, 
University of Texas Medical School, Houston. 

Rondeau, Mark John. Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Root, Leon. Professor of Clinical Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1951, Rutgers State University; 
M.D. 1955, New York Medical College. 

Rose, Howard Anthony. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Orthopedic Surgeon to Out-Patient Department, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. Assistant Attending 
Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 

B. A.1973, Harvard University; M.D. 1977, George 
Washington University School of Medicine. 

Rosen, Carl S. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1954, Clark 
University; M.D. 1960, University of Lausanne 
(Switzerland). 

Rosen, Jay Samuel. Visiting Clinical Instructor in 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1972, Fairleigh Dickinson 
University; M.D. 1978, Universidad Autonoma de 
Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Rosen, Paul Peter. Professor of Pathology. Attending 
Pathologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 



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Center. B.A. 1960, Swarthmore College; M.D. 
1964, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 
Rosen, Stephen Gary. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1974, Franklin and Marshall 
College; M.D. 1978. New York University School 
of Medicine. 

Rosenbaum, Kenneth J. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Anesthesiology. B.A. 1964, University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D. 1968, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Rosenbaum, Michael. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1978, Amherst College; M.D. 
1982, Cornell University Medical College. 

Rosenberg, Alan S. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1958, Brown University; 
M.D. 1962, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Rosenberg, Asher. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Senior Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North 
Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1966, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1970, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Rosenblum, Andrew Steven. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Pediatrics. Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, 
Queens College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1977, Universidad Autonomade 
Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Rosenblum, Marc. Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Assistant Attending Pathologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1975, Yale 
University; M.D. 1979, University of Miami School 
of Medicine. 

Rosenbluth, Michael Albert. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Medicine. Assistant Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1952, 
University of Connecticut, Torrington; M.D. 1956, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Rosenfeld, David Louis. Associate Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1965, Princeton 
University; M.D. 1970, University of Pennsylvania 
School of Medicine. 

Rosenfeld, Isadore. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1947, McGill University 
(Canada); M.D.C.M. 1951, McGill University 
College of Medicine (Canada). 

Rosenfeld, Suzanne. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1975, Sarah Lawrence College; 
M.D. 1980, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Rosenthal, Alan David. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1958, Yale University; M.D. 1962, 
University of Virginia School of Medicine. 

Rosenthal, Elisabeth Lindsey. Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1978, Stanford University; B.S. 



1978, Stanford University; M A. 1980, Cambridge 
University (United Kingdom); M.D. 1986, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Rosenthal, Norman. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Honorary Staff, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1939, Columbia University; M.D. 
1943, Medical College of Virginia. 

Rosenwaks, Zev. Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1968, 
Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1972, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Rosh, Melvin Seymour. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1956, Hamilton College; 
M.D. 1960, Cornell University Medical College. 

Rosner, Howard Lazar. Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1977, 
University of Miami; M.D. 1980, University of 
Miami School of Medicine. 

Rosner, Ingrid Karen. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1967, Queens College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1972, Wayne State 
University School of Medicine. 

Ross, Albert M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1956, Swarthmore College; 
M.D. 1960, Yale University School of Medicine. 

Ross, Gail S. Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Pediatrics. Assistant Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1968, Barnard College; M.A. 
1969, University of Chicago; Ph.D. 1977, Harvard 
University. 

Ross, Gilbert L. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Senior 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1968, Cornell University; 
M.D. 1972, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Ross, John Munder. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1967, 
Harvard University; M.A. 1973, New York 
University; Ph.D. 1974, New York University. 

Ross, Steven Gary. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1975, University of Pennsylvania; 
M.D. 1980, Universidad Autonoma de 
Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Rossi, Plinio. Adjunct Professor of Clinical Radiology. 
M.D. 1952, University of Rome (Italy). 

Rossi, Roscoe A. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1953, Georgetown 
University; M.D. 1957, Georgetown University 
School of Medicine. 

Roth, David Mark. Instructor in Obstetrics and 

Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1977, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1983, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Roth, Steven David. Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 



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York Hospital. B.A. 1977, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1981, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Rothaus, Kenneth Owen. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon (Plastic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. Adjunct Attending 
Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
B.S. 1971, Yale University; M.D. 1975, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Rothbaum, David. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1978, New York University; M.D. 1982, 
Boston University School of Medicine. 

Rothe, Desider J. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1961, University of Debrecien 
(Hungary). 

Rothenberg, Herbert. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1948, New York 
University; M.D. 1952, University of Michigan 
Medical School. 

Rothenberg, Lawrence Neil. Associate Professor of 
Physics in Radiology. Associate Attending 
Physicist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. A.B. 1962, University of Pennsylvania; 
M.S. 1964, University of Wisconsin, Madison; 
Ph.D. 1970, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 

Rothenberg, Michael G. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1963, 
Columbia University; Ph.D. 1972, Columbia 
University. 

Rothermel, Constance Davis. Assistant Professor of 
Microbiology in Medicine. Assistant Professor of 
Microbiology. B.S. 1964, West Virginia University; 
M.S. 1967, University of North Carolina; Ph.D. 
1980, Cornell University. 

Rothman, Lewis M. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Radiology. Attending Radiologist, Lenox Hill 
Hospital. B.A. 1961, Cornell University; M.D. 
1965, Cornell University Medical College. 

Rottenberg, David A. Associate Professor of 
Neurology. Associate Attending Neurologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Associate Attending Neurologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1963, University of Michigan; M.S. 
1967, Cambridge University (United Kingdom); 
M.D. 1969, Harvard Medical School. 

Rowan, Joseph Edward. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Surgery (Dental and Oral). Associate Attending 
Dentist (Periodontist), New York Hospital. B.A. 
1961, St. Michael's College; D.D.S. 1965, 
Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Rowland, Julia Howe. Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Assistant Psychologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Professional Associate, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1971, Oberlin College; M.A. 1976, Columbia 
University, Teachers College; M.Phil. 1981, 
Columbia University, Teachers College; Ph.D. 
1984, Columbia University, Teachers College. 

Rowntree, Ellen B. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 



York Hospital. B.A. 1963, Wellesley College; M.D. 
1968, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Roxland, Gary. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1962, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1966, Chicago Medical School. 

Rubenstein, Jack Myron. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1973, New 
York University; M.D. 1976, New York Medical 
College. 

Rubenstein, William Allan. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Radiology. Associate Attending 
Radiologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1969, 
Washington University; M.D. 1973, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Rubin, Albert Louis. Professor of Biochemistry. 
Professor of Surgery. Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. M.D. 
1950, Cornell University Medical College. 

Rubin, Barry William. Adjunct Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Surgery (Urology). Assistant 
Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.S. 1955, 
Columbia University, College of Pharmacy; M.D. 
1959, Northwestern University Medical School. 

Rubin, Lori A. Instructor in Anesthesiology. Assistant 
Attending Anesthesiologist, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1977, University of Michigan; M.D. 1982, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Rubin, Marc. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
M.D. 1980, Cornell University Medical College. 

Rubin, Michael. Assistant Professor of Neurology. 
Assistant Attending Neurologist, New York 
Hospital. Adjunct Attending Neurologist, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1978, McGill 
University (Canada); M.D.C.M. 1982, McGill 
University College of Medicine (Canada). 

Rubin, Stephen Curtis. Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, 
Franklin and Marshall College; M.D. 1976, 
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Rubinstein, Margot Susan. Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1978, 
Barnard College; M.D. 1983, New York Medical 
College. 

Rubinstein, Mark. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1964, New York University; 
M.D. 1971 , State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Ruchlin, Hirsch S. Professor of Economics in Public 
Health. Professor of Economics in Medicine. B.A. 
1963, Yeshiva University; M.A. 1965, Columbia 
University; Ph.D. 1969, Columbia University. 

Rudd, Emmanuel. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Rehabilitation Medicine in Surgery. Associate 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Associate Attending Physician, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Associate Attending Physiatrist, 
New York Hospital. M.D. 1939, University of Paris 
(France). 



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Rudden, Marie G. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, 
Yale University; M.D. 1977, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Ruder, Usha C. Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
M.B.B.S. 1968, G.S. Seth Medical College of 
Bombay University (India). 

Ruggiero, David Armand. Associate Research 
Professor of Neuroscience. B.A. 1972, Queens 
College, City University of New York; M.A. 1976, 
Columbia University; M.Phil. 1976, Columbia 
University; Ph.D. 1977, Columbia University. 

Ruggiero, Joseph Thomas. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1973, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1977, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Rusch, Valerie Williams. Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1971, Vassar 
College; M.D. 1975, Columbia University College 
of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Rusk, Gary Hildebrand. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1965, Northwestern 
University; M.D. 1969, Northwestern University 
Medical School. 

Ruskin, Richard A. Clinical Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1940, 
Duke University; M.D. 1944, Duke University 
School of Medicine. 

Russ, Mark Jack. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1976, Haverford College; M.D. 
1980, Hahnemann Medical College. 

Russo, Anthony Francis. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Psychiatry. Senior Assistant Attending 
Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1966, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1974, Creighton University School of 
Medicine. 

Russo, Carlo. Assistant Professor of Medicine. M.D. 
1977, University of Genoa (Italy). 

Russo, Paul. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1975, Colgate 
University; M.D. 1979, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Rutherford, George Williams, III. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Pediatrics. A.B. 1974, Stanford 
University; B.S. 1975, Stanford University; A.M. 
1975, Stanford University; M.D. 1978, Duke 
University School of Medicine. 

Rutstein, Eleanor H. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1955, 
Cornell University; M.A. 1956, Boston University; 
Ph.D. 1970, New York University. 

Ryan, Samuel Francis. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1952, Trinity College, University of 
Dublin (Ireland); M.A. 1954, Trinity College, 
University of Dublin (Ireland); M.B.B.Ch. 1954, 
Trinity College, University of Dublin (Ireland). 



Saad, Anuradha D. Assistant Professor of Cell 
Biology and Anatomy. B.A. 1977, University of 
Pennsylvania; Ph.D. 1982, University of Chicago. 

Saal, Stuart David. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1967, Hobart and William Smith 
College; M.D. 1971 , New York Medical College. 

Saary, Zoltan I. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1958, University of Szeged 
(Hungary). 

Sabetghadam, Reza. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, La Guardia 
Hospital. M.D. 1965, University of Teheran (Iran). 

Sackin, Henry J. Associate Professor of Physiology 
and Biophysics. B.A. 1970, Brown University; B.S. 
1970, Brown University; M.S. 1971, Brown 
University; Ph.D. 1978, Yale University. 

Sacks, Michael H. Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1961 , Williams College; B.A. 1963, 
Oxford University (United Kingdom); M.D. 1967, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Sacks, Robert Steven. Clinical Instructor in 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North 
Shore University Hospital. M.E. 1965, Stevens 
Institute of Technology; M.D. 1975, Universidad 
Autonoma de Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Sadanandan, Swayam. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1972, LTM 
Medical College of Bombay University (India); 
M.D. 1975, LTM Medical College of Bombay 
University (India). 

Sadick, Neil Scott. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. Senior Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1973, State University of New York at 
Binghamton; M.D. 1977, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Safai, Bijan. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1965, University of Teheran (Iran); D.M.Sc. 
1981 , University of Goteborg (Sweden). 

Sager, Clifford J. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1937, Pennsylvania State University; M.D. 1941, 
New York University School of Medicine. 

Sagi, Gyorgy Andras. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1980, City 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1984, 
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Saha, Chanchal Kumar. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. M.S. 1968, University 
of Delhi (India); M.B.B.S. 1986, Calcutta 
University Medical College (India). 

Sahdev, Indira. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 



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University Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1969, M.G.M. 
Medical College of the University of Indore (India). 

Saigo, Patricia Emiko. Associate Professor of 
Pathology. Associate Attending Pathologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 
1963, Barnard College; M.D. 1969, Women's 
Medical College of Pennsylvania. 

St. Germain. Jean. Assistant Professor of Physics in 
Clinical Radiology. Assistant Attending Physicist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1966, Marymount Manhattan College; M.S. 1967, 
Rutgers State University. 

Saint Louis, Leslie Anthony. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Radiology. B.S. 1970, Polytechnic 
Institute of Brooklyn; M.D. 1977, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Salbe, Arline D. Assistant Professor of Nutrition in 
Medicine. B.A. 1968, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.S. 1983, University of 
California, Berkeley; Ph.D. 1986, University of 
California, Berkeley. 

Salemi, Mozafar. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Pediatric Hematologist, Catholic Medical Center of 
Brooklyn and Queens. M.D. 1964, Teheran 
Medical School (Iran). 

Salk, Lee. Clinical Professor of Psychology in 
Pediatrics. Clinical Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1949, University of Michigan; M.A. 
1950, University of Michigan; Ph.D. 1954, 
University of Michigan. 

Salmon, Jane Eva. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Associate Attending Physician, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, New York 
University; M.D. 1978, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Saltzberg, Donna. Instructor in Medicine. B.S. 1978, 
McGill University (Canada); M.D. 1982, McGill 
University College of Medicine (Canada). 

Saltzman, Herbert P. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1967, McGill 
University (Canada); M.D. 1969, McGill University 
College of Medicine (Canada). 

Saltzman, Steven Paul. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, University of 
Pennsylvania; D.D.S. 1979, State University of 
New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Salvati, Eduardo Agustin. Professor of Clinical 
Surgery (Orthopedics). Attending Orthopedic 
Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1963, University Nacional La Plata 
Faculty of Medicine (Argentina). 

Salzer, Richard Louis, Jr. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Orthopedic Surgeon to Out-Patient 
Department, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 
1969, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1973, 
Tufts University School of Medicine. 

Sama, Andrew E. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1977, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1981, Cornell University Medical 
College. 



Samberg, Eslee. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1974, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1978, Cornell University Medical College. 

Samet, Charles Merle. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1948, University of 
Minnesota, Twin Cities; B.S. 1950, University of 
Minnesota, Twin Cities; M.B. 1952, University of 
Minnesota, Twin Cities; M.D. 1953, University of 
Minnesota Medical School. 

Samios, George K. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1952, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1958, Johns 
Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Samiy, Abdol H. Professor of Clinical Medicine in 
Psychiatry. Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1950, Stanford University; M.A. 1952, University 
of California, Los Angeles; M.D. 1956, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Sanborn, Kevin V. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. B.S. 1969, 
Manhattan College; M.D. 1973, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Sandberg, David E. Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry in Pediatrics. Staff Psychologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1975, Bar-llan 
University (Israel); M.A. 1977, Bar-llan University 
(Israel); Ph.D. 1982, Concordia University 
(Canada). 

Sandberg, Larry S. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1979, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1983, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Sanders, Charles. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. 
Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. B.A. 1951 , 
University of Texas; M.D. 1955, University of 
Texas Southwestern Medical School. 

Sanders, Elissa Meryl. Clinical Instructor in 

Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1985, Boston University; M.D. 1985, Boston 
University School of Medicine. 

Sanders Laufer, Deborah A. Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1979, Vanderbilt University; 
M.D. 1983, Tulane University School of Medicine. 

Sanderson, Cynthia J. Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. B.A. 1977, University of Kentucky; 
M.A. 1983, University of Kentucky; Ph.D. 1987, 
University of Kentucky. 

Sandhaus, Jeffrey J. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1962, Johns Hopkins 
University; M.D. 1966, New York Medical College. 

Sanford, Gregory Ward. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist 
(Orthodontist), New York Hospital. B.A. 1971, 
University of Vermont; D.M.D. 1975, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine; M.S. 1977, 
Boston University. 

Sang, Guo Wei. Visiting Professor of Pharmacology. 
B.S. 1962, Shanghai First Medical College 



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(China); M.D. 1966, Shanghai First Medical 
College (China). 
Sanger, Cyril. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. M.B.B.S. 1945, St. 
Bartholomew's Hospital Medical College (United 
Kingdom). 

Santini, Diana Lee. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 

B.S. 1976, Barnard College; M.D. 1981, Harvard 

Medical School. 
Santos-Buch, Charles Augusto. Professor of 

Pathology. Attending Pathologist, New York 

Hospital. A.B. 1953, Harvard University; M.D. 

1957, Cornell University Medical College. 
Santucci, Thomas, Jr. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. B.A. 1960, New York University; M.D. 

1964, New York University School of Medicine. 
Sarkar, Salil Debendra. Associate Professor of 

Clinical Radiology. Associate Attending 

Radiologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1964, St. 

Xavier's College, Bombay (India); M.D. 1969, 

Armed Forces Medical College, Poona University 

(India). 

Sassa, Shigeru. Adjunct Associate Professor of 

Medicine. B.A. 1957, University of Tokyo (Japan); 

M.D. 1961, University of Tokyo (Japan); Ph.D. 

1966, University of Tokyo (Japan). 
Sassoon, Robert Isaac. Clinical Instructor in 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 

Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 

Hospital. B.A. 1977, Dartmouth College; M.D. 

1981, Cornell University Medical College. 
Sastre, Antonio. Adjunct Associate Professor of 

Pharmacology. B.A. 1970, Cornell University; 

M.S. 1973, Cornell University; Ph.D. 1974, Cornell 

University. 

Saul, Barry Jay. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1968, Albright College; M.D. 
1972, Hahnemann Medical College. 

Saul, Michael B. Clinical Instructor of Dentistry in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1963, State University of New York at 
Binghamton; D.M.D. 1967, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Savarese, John Joseph. Joseph F. Artusio, Jr. 
Professor of Anesthesiology (chairman). 
Anesthesiologist-in-Chief, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1 961 , lona College; M.D. 1 965, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Savillo, Robert Louis. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1975, State University of New York at Stony 
Brook; M.D. 1979, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Savino, Michael Anthony. Clinical Instructor in 

Surgery (Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Courtesy), New York Hospital. B.S. 1975, 
Richmond College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1979, Universidad Autonoma de 
Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Savits, Barry Sorrel. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, Catholic Medical 
Center of Brooklyn and Queens. B.A. 1955, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1959, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 



Sawyer, David H. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, 
Swarthmore College; M.D. 1977, New York 
Medical College 

Sax, Frederic Lee. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1977, Yale University; M.D. 1981, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Saxena, Brij B. Professor of Endocrinology in 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. B.S. 1949, University 
of Lucknow (India); M.S. 1951, University of 
Lucknow (India); Ph.D. 1954, University of 
Lucknow (India); D.Sc. 1957, F. Wilhelms 
University, Muenster (West Germany); Ph.D. 
1961, University of Wisconsin. 

Sayegh, Henri. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Associate Attending 
Anesthesiologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
M.D. 1971, Damascus University (Syria). 

Scarlata, Suzanne Frances. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. B.A. 1979, Temple University; M.S. 
1983, University of Illinois; Ph.D. 1984, University 
of Illinois. 

Schachter, Robert Stephen. Clinical Instructor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Professional Associate, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1969, Tufts University; 
M.Ed. 1971, Tufts University; Ed.D. 1975, Boston 
University. 

Schackman, Lynn Debra. Clinical Instructor in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1974, Yale University; M.D. 1978, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Schaefer, George. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. B.S. 1933, New York 
University; M.D. 1937, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Schaefer, John Andrew. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Neurology. Associate Attending 
Neurologist, New York Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1968, 
University of Melbourne (Australia). 

Schaefer, Robert Anthony. Clinical Associate 
Professor of Medicine. Associate Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1959, Yale 
University; M.D. 1963, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Schafer, Roy. Adjunct Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. B.S. 1943, City College, City 
University of New York; M.A. 1947, University of 
Kansas; Ph.D. 1950, Clark University. 

Schecter, Alan Jeffrey. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1972, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1976, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Scheer, Max S. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1971, New 
York University; M.D. 1975, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Scheldt, Stephen. Assistant Dean. Professor of 
Clinical Medicine. Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1960, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1965, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 



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Schein, Jonah W. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1965, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1969, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Scheinberg, David A. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Assistant Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. A.B. 1977, Cornell University; 
M.D. 1983, Johns Hopkins University School of 
Medicine; Ph.D. 1983, Johns Hopkins University. 

Scher, Howard Isador. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1972, Bates College; M.D. 1976, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Scher, Mark A. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1971, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology; J.D. 1975, 
Case Western Reserve University; M.D. 1984, 
Case Western Reserve University School of 
Medicine. 

Scherr, Lawrence. Associate Dean. David J. Greene 
Distinguished Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, North Shore University Hospital. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. A.B. 1950, Cornell University; M.D. 1957, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Scherzer, Alfred Leonard. Clinical Professor of 
Pediatrics. Adjunct Professor of Public Health. 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1949, Columbia University; M.S.P.H. 1950, 
Columbia University; Ed.D. 1954, Columbia 
University, Teachers College; M.A. 1957, Yale 
University; M.D. 1963, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Schiff, Mark J. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1972, Boston University; 
M.D. 1972, Boston University School of Medicine. 

Schiller, Myles Stuart. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Clinical Pediatrics. Associate Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1968, 
Bowdoin College; M.D. 1973, Chicago Medical 
School. 

Schleifer, Leonard Steven. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Neurology. Assistant Attending 
Neurologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1973, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1977, University of 
Virginia School of Medicine; Ph.D. 1980, 
University of Virginia. 

Schlesinger, Herbert J. Adjunct Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Attending Psychologist, 
New York Hospital. A.B. 1942, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; Ph.D. 1952, 
University of Kansas. 

Schlesinger, Irwin D. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Neurology. Attending Neurologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1956, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1961 , State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Syracuse. 

Schlessel, Jerrold S. Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Senior Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 



1970, Washington University; M.D. 1974, 
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Schley, William Shain. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Otorhinolaryngology (acting chairman). Associate 
Attending Otorhinolaryngologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1962, Emory University; M.D. 1966, 
Emory University School of Medicine. 

Schmalzer, Emily Ann. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1966, Radcliffe College; M.D. 
1970, New York University School of Medicine. 

Schmerin, Michael Joel. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1969, University of Virginia; 
M.D. 1973, Jefferson Medical College. 

Schmugler, Joan. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1965, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1969, Medical 
College of Pennsylvania. 

Schnall, Peter Lewis. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Professor of Public Health. B.A. 1964, 
University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1969, Stanford 
University School of Medicine; M.P.H. 1983, 
Columbia University. 

Schnapp, Max. Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1947, New York 
University; M.B.B.S. 1953, University of 
Melbourne (Australia); M.A. 1954, New York 
University. 

Schneider, Linda Helen. Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. B.A. 1962, Mount 
Holyoke College; M.A. 1968, New York University; 
Ph.D. 1983 New York University. 

Schneider, Marcie Beth. Instructor in Pediatrics. B.A. 
1978, Brown University; M.D. 1983, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Schneider, Robert. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Radiology. Attending Radiologist, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Associate Attending Radiologist, 
New York Hospital. Adjunct Attending Staff, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 
1964, Columbia University; M.D. 1969, New York 
Medical College. 

Schoelly, Marie-Louise. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Psychiatry. M.D. 1942, University of Zurich 
(Switzerland). 

Schoenfeldt, Richard Scott. Assistant Professor of 
Neurology. Assistant Attending Neurologist, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. Clinical Affiliate, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1967, Claremont Men's 
College; M.D. 1971, Columbia University College 
of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Scholl, Gerald Martin. Assistant Professor of Clinical 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1969, State University of 
New York at Buffalo; M.D. 1973, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Schomer, Jesse. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1948, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1952, New York University School of 
Medicine. 



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Schongalla, Ann. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1974, Yale University; M.D. 1979, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Schore, Arthur H. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1960, New York University; 
M.D. 1965, Chicago Medical School 

Schori, Melissa Paterno. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1975, Hunter College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1979, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Schork, Edward Joseph, Jr. Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, 
Haverford College; Ph.D. 1984, University of 
Minnesota. 

Schorr, Ethlynn Susan. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1976, 
Barnard College; M.S. 1977, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons; M.D. 1981 , 
State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Schreiber, Robert Tad. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1976, Emory University; 
M.D. 1980, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Schron, Deborah S. Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Assistant Attending Pathologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1976, Johns Hopkins University; 
M.D. 1980, McGill University College of Medicine 
(Canada). 

Schubert, Edward Thomas. Associate Professor of 
Biochemistry in Clinical Pathology. Associate 
Professor of Clinical Biochemistry. Assistant 
Professor of Biochemistry in Pediatrics. B.S. 
1949, Fordham University; M.S. 1952, Fordham 
University; Ph.D. 1959, Fordham University. 

Schulman, Marjorie. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1975, Harvard University; M.D. 
1980, New York University School of Medicine. 

Schulman, Norman H. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1961, Tufts University; 
M.D. 1965, Tufts University School of Medicine. 

Schulman, Philip. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1970, City 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1974, 
State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Syracuse. 

Schulman, Walter Bernard. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1959, New York 
University; M.D. 1963, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Schultz, Jean Eunice. Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1950, Bates College; 
M.D. 1956, Medical College of Pennsylvania; 
M.P.H. 1960, Columbia University; M.S. 1967, 
Columbia University. 



Schuster, Michael Walter. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1977, Dartmouth 
College; M.D. 1980, Dartmouth Medical School. 

Schutz, James Scott. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Associate Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. Consultant. 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1965, Yale University; M.D. 1969, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Schuyler, Leonard H. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1936, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1950, Duke 
University School of Medicine. 

Schwab, Ida Ellen. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1970, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1976, University of 
Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical 
School. 

Schwab, Marilyn. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Associate Attending Psychiatrist. North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1949, New York 
University; M.D 1954, Chicago Medical School. 

Schwab, Rise. Assistant Professor of Immunology in 
Medicine. B.S. 1971, State University of New York 
at Stony Brook; Ph.D. 1981, Cornell University. 

Schwager, Robert G. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon (Plastic Surgery), 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1963, University of 
Virginia; M.D. 1967, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Schwartz, Arthur Maxwell. Clinical Associate 
Professor of Psychiatry. Honorary Staff, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1941, University of 
Cincinnati; M.D. 1943, University of Cincinnati 
College of Medicine. 

Schwartz, Doris R. Clinical Associate Professor 
Emeritus of Nursing in Public Health. B.S. 1953, 
New York University; M.A. 1958, New York 
University. 

Schwartz, Ernest. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1945, Columbia University; A.M. 
1950, Columbia University; M.D. 1951 , Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Schwartz, Eugene David. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1943, University of 
Virginia; M.D. 1947, University of Virginia School 
of Medicine. 

Schwartz, Evan G. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, St. 
Johns Queens Hospital. Attending Orthopedic 
Surgeon, Mary Immaculate Hospital. B.S. 1975, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology; B.S. 1976, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.D. 
1981 , State University of New York at Buffalo 
School of Medicine. 

Schwartz, Fred. Associate Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychologist, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1951, City College, City 
University of New York; M.A. 1952, City College, 



Faculty of the Medical College 191 



City University of New York; Ph.D. 1959, 
University of Massachusetts, Amherst. 
Schwartz, Fred Sheldon. Adjunct Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. B.A. 1965, Hamilton College; M.D. 

1969, Albany Medical College. 
Schwartz, Jerold. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1952, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1956, New York Medical College. 

Schwartz, Natalie Star. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1977, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1981 , State University of New 
York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Schwartz, Paul C. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1962, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1966, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Schwartz, Paula R. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
B.A. 1973, State University of New York at Stony 
Brook; M.D. 1980, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Schwartz, Peter L. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Senior Assistant Attending 
Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1966, Queens College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1970, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Schwartz, Robert E. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
B.S. 1975, Michigan State University; M.D. 1979, 
Rush Medical College. 

Schwartzman, Sergio. Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1978, State University of New York at 
Binghamton; M.D. 1982, Mount Sinai School of 
Medicine. 

Scileppi, Kenneth Paul. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1972, State University of New 
York at Stony Brook; M.D. 1976, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Scimeca, Philip G. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1975, St. John's 
University; M.D. 1979, Georgetown University 
School of Medicine. 

Scott, Rachelle Anne. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Professor of Medicine in 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, Vassar College; 
M.D. 1976, New York Medical College. 

Scotto, Anthony William. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. B.A. 1969, C.W. Post College; M.S. 

1970, Long Island University; Ph.D. 1978, St. 
John's University. 

Screnci, Catherine R. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1975, Immaculata 
College; M.D. 1981 , Cattolica Sacro Cuore (Italy). 

Sculco, Thomas Peter. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery (Orthopedics). Associate Attending 
Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Consultant, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Associate Attending 



Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1965, Brown University; M.D. 1969, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Sealey, Jean E. Research Professor of Physiology in 
Medicine. Research Professor of Medicine in 
Physiology and Biophysics. B.S. 1959. University 
of Glasgow (United Kingdom); D.Sc. 1974, 
University of Glasgow (United Kingdom). 

Sechzer, Jeri A. Associate Professor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. B.S. 1956, New York University; M A. 

1961, University of Pennsylvania; Ph.D. 1962, 
University of Pennsylvania. 

Seddon, Andrew P. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Biochemistry. B.S. 1979, University of Essex 
(United Kingdom); Ph.D. 1982, University of 
Essex (United Kingdom). 

Seed, William Tripler. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1954, Williams College; M.D. 

1962, Cornell University Medical College. 
Seelig, Beth June. Adjunct Clinical Assistant 

Professor of Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1968, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1972, New York 
Medical College. 

Seelye, Edward Eggleston. Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1948, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1955, Albany Medical College. 

Seides, S. Warren. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1954, Yale University; M.D. 
1958, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Seidman, Steven Mitchell. Clinical Instructor in 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1974, State University of 
New York at Buffalo; M.D. 1978, State University 
of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Seif, Martin N. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1968, University of Michigan; M A. 
1973, Yeshiva University; Ph.D. 1976, Yeshiva 
University. 

Seitzman, Peter Alan. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1970, 

Brandeis University; M.D. 1974, New York 

University School of Medicine. 
Sekaran, Chitra. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Senior Assistant Attending 

Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. 

M.B.B.S. 1971, Maulana Azad Medical College 

(India). 

Selby, Henry. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Radiology. Associate Attending Roentgenologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1940, Louisiana State University; M.D. 1943, 
Louisiana State University School of Medicine, 
New Orleans. 

Seligmann, Arthur W. Clinical Associate Professor 
Emeritus of Medicine. Clinical Associate Professor 
Emeritus of Public Health. Emeritus Staff, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1933, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1937, Cornell University Medical College. 



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Sellew, Ann Parker. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, Kenyon 
College; M.D. 1982, State University of New York 
at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Selzer, Michael A. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1955, Stanford University; 
M.D. 1960, Western Reserve University. 

Senterfit, Laurence B. Professor of Microbiology. 
Professor of Pathology. Professional Associate, 
New York Hospital. Attending Microbiologist, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. Attending 
Microbiologist, Burke Rehabilitation Center. B.S. 
1949, University of Florida; M.S. 1950, University 
of Florida; Sc.D. 1955, Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine. 

Sepkowitz, Kent Arthur. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1975, University of Oklahoma; M.D. 1980, 
University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. 

Serdakowska, Alina A. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1958, Academy of Medicine, 
Warsaw (Poland). 

Serdarevic, Olivia Natalie. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending Surgeon, 
Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Ophthalmologist. New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1976, Barnard College; M.D. 1980, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Serebnitsky, Inna. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1970, Tashkent Medical School (U.S.S.R.). 

Sessions, Roy Brumby. Professor of Clinical 
Otorhinolaryngology. Associate Attending 
Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Attending Otorhinolaryngologist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1958, Louisiana State 
University; M.D. 1962, Louisiana State University 
School of Medicine, New Orleans. 

Setzen, Michael. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Senior Assistant Attending 
Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. M.D. 
1974, University of Witwatersrand (South Africa). 

Sevcik, Ludovit. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, 
New York Hospital. M.D. 1962, Comenius 
University, Bratislava (Czechoslovakia). 

Severino, Sally K. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1961, Wichita State University; 
M A. 1965, Columbia University; M.D. 1970, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Sferra, George. Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Dental 
and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist 
(Periodontist), New York Hospital. B.S. 1972, 
University of Dayton; D.D.S. 1975, University of 
Michigan. 

Shafer, Donald McKay. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Ophthalmology. Honorary Staff, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1932, Columbia University; M.D. 
1936, Cornell University Medical College. 

Shah, Jatin P. Professor of Clinical Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 



Center. M.B.B.S. 1964, Baroda University Medical 
College (India); M.S. 1967, Baroda University 
Medical College (India). 

Shah, Rajendra C Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, La Guardia 
Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1971, St. Johns Medical 
College of Bangalore University (India). 

Shaham, Meira. Assistant Professor of Genetics in 
Pediatrics. B.S. 1965, Hebrew University (Israel); 
M.S. 1967, Hebrew University (Israel); Ph.D. 
1982, Hebrew University (Israel). 

Shaknovich, Alexander. Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1979, Columbia University; M.D. 1983, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Shalette, Benson Howard. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
A.B. 1956, Swarthmore College; M.D. 1960, New 
York University School of Medicine. 

Shamoian, Charles Anthony. Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1954, Clark University; M.A. 1956, 
Clark University; Ph.D. 1960, Tufts University; 
M.D. 1966, Tufts University School of Medicine. 

Shamoun, Edward Simon. Clinical Instructor in 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1948, Sorbonne 
University (France); M.D. 1956, University of Paris 
Medical School (France). 

Shapiro, Arthur Howard. Clinical Instructor in 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Senior Assistant 
Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1945, New York 
University; M.D. 1948, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Shapiro, David A. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1960, Yeshiva University; 
M.D. 1964, Chicago Medical School. 

Shapiro, Harvey N. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1945, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1948, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Shapiro, Theodore. Professor of Psychiatry. Professor 
of Psychiatry in Pediatrics. Attending Psychiatrist, 
New York Hospital. Adjunct Attending Staff, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1953, Wesleyan University; M.D. 1957, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Shappell, Stephen Daniel. Clinical Associate 
Professor of Medicine. Associate Attending 
Physician, North Shore University Hospital. A.B. 
1961, Columbia University; M.D. 1965, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Sharma, Kumar. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1981, Boston University; M.D. 1985, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Sharrock, Nigel Edmund. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Anesthesiology. Attending Physician, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. B.S. 1970, University of 
Otago Medical School (New Zealand); M.B.B.Ch. 



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1971 , University of Otago Medical School (New 
Zealand). 

Shaw, Eric David. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1975, Colgate University; M.A. 
1980, Duke University; Ph.D. 1984, Duke 
University. 

Shear, M. Katherine. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1967, University of Chicago; 
M.D. 1972, Tufts University School of Medicine. 

Sheard, Charles. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1939, University of Toronto 
Faculty of Medicine (Canada). 

Shein, Joseph. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Honorary Staff, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.D. 1939, University of Witwatersrand 
(South Africa). 

Shen, Christopher. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1971, Boston University; M.D. 1975, Boston 
University School of Medicine. 

Shepherd, Gillian Mary. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
New York Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1970, Wheaton 
College; M.D. 1976, New York Medical College. 

Shepp, David Hall. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1974, Hamilton College; 
M.D. 1979, Tufts University School of Medicine. 

Sheppard, Beverly Anita. Clinical Instructor in 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, La Guardia 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1975, Princeton University; 
M.D. 1979, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Sherman, Raymond L. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1956, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1961 , State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Sherman, Scott Jeffrey. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1975, Northwestern 
University; M.D. 1979, Northwestern University 
Medical School. 

Sherr, David Lloyd. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1977, Yeshiva University; 
M.D. 1981, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Sherwin, Andrew S. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Honorary Staff, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1935, New York 
University; M.D. 1939, University of Michigan 
Medical School. 

Sherwin, Steven R. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1974, New York University; M.D. 
1979, University of North Carolina School of 
Medicine. 

Sherwood, Jeffrey M. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 



University Hospital. B.A. 1965, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1969, 
Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Sheu, Kwan-Fu Rex. Associate Research Professor 
of Biochemistry in Neuroscience. B.S. 1971, 
National Taiwan University; Ph.D. 1978, Ohio 
State University. 

Shevde, Nirmala Kata. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1971, Makerere 
University (Uganda). 

Shifrin, Harold. Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
Attending Anesthesiologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1946, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1949, University of 
Kansas Medical Center School of Medicine. 

Shike, Moshe. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1975, Tel Aviv University Medical School 
(Israel). 

Shils, Maurice Edward. Professor Emeritus of 
Medicine. Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1937, Johns Hopkins 
University; Sc.D. 1940, Johns Hopkins University; 
M.D. 1958, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Shin, Choon S. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery. M.D. 1965, Chonnam University of 
Medicine (Korea). 

Shires, G. Thomas. Stephen and Suzanne Weiss 
Dean. Lewis Atterbury Stimson Professor of 
Surgery (chairman). Surgeon-in-Chief, New York 
Hospital. Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Consultant, Jamaica 
Hospital. M.D. 1948, University of Texas 
Southwestern Medical School. 

Shires, George Thomas, III. Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1978, Duke University School of 
Medicine. 

Shiu, Man Hei. Professor of Clinical Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. M.B.B.S. 1961, University of Hong 
Kong; M.D. 1961 , University of Hong Kong. 

Shookster, Linda A. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
A.B. 1977, Princeton University; M.D. 1981, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Shorofsky, Morris Aaron. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1953, Cornell University; M.D. 
1959, University of Basel, Faculty of Medicine 
(Switzerland). 

Short, Charles E. Professor of Anesthesiology. D.V.M. 
1958, Auburn University; M.S. 1971, Baylor 
College of Medicine. 

Shukla, Mohini. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1975, Medical 
College Barod M.S. University (India). 

Shulman, Bruce S. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, North Shore University 



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Hospital. B.A. 1973, State University of New York 
at Albany; M.D. 1977, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Sia, Concepcion Go. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1967, University of 
Santo Tomas (Philippines). 

Sia-Kho, Edwina. Assistant Professor of 

Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1963, University of Santo 
Tomas (Philippines); M.D. 1968, University of 
Santo Tomas (Philippines). 

Sicher, Pamela Felder. Clinical Instructor in 

Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1971, Sarah Lawrence College; M.D. 1981, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Sickles, Mary. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1975, University 
of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1980, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Sicuranza, Bernard J. Professor of Clinical Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. B.N.S. 1946, Holy Cross 
College; M.D. 1955, University of Rome (Italy). 

Sidel, Victor William. Adjunct Professor of Public 
Health. A.B. 1953, Princeton University; M.D. 
1957, Harvard Medical School. 

Siegel, Karolynn. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Sociology in Public Health. B.A. 1971, Skidmore 
College; Ph.D. 1976, New York University. 

Siegel, Sidney James. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Honorary Staff, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1933, Dalhousie 
University (Canada); M.D. 1938, Dalhousie 
University Faculty of Medicine (Canada). 

Siegel, Stephen Robert. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1967, 
Adelphi University; M.D. 1971, Medical College of 
Virginia. 

Siegel-Stein, Francine Marcia. Clinical Instructor in 
Pediatrics. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1975, Barnard College; M.D. 1979, New York 
Medical College. 

Sigelman, Jesse L. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. Consultant, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 
1967, Haverford College; M.D. 1971, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Sigurdson, Elin Ruth. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1973, University of 
British Columbia (Canada); Ph.D. 1976, Imperial 
College of Science and Technology, London 
(United Kingdom); M.D. 1980, University of 
Toronto Faculty of Medicine (Canada). 

Sikder, Santosh K. Instructor of Molecular Biology in 
Medicine. B.S. 1969, Dhaka University (India); 
M.S. 1970, Dhaka University (India); Ph.D. 1981, 
Jadavpur Universiity (India). 

Silagi, Selma. Professor Emeritus of Genetics in 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. B.A. 1936, Hunter 
College, City University of New York; M.A. 1938, 
Columbia University; Ph.D. 1961, Columbia 
University. 



Silane, Michael Francis. Associate Professor of 

Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. Associate Attending Surgeon, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1965, 
Georgetown University; M.D. 1969, Georgetown 
University School of Medicine. 

Silbert, Robert. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1948, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1952, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Silver, Hilton. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M B. B.S. 1960, University of 
Witwatersrand (South Africa). 

Silver, Laurence D. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. B.A. 1964, Ohio State University; 
M.D. 1969, Howard University College of 
Medicine. 

Silver, Richard T. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1950, Cornell University; M.D. 1953, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Silverberg, Mervin. Jack Hausman Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1950, McGill University 
(Canada); M.D. 1954, McGill University College of 
Medicine (Canada). 

Silverman, Frederick. Clinical Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1949, 
Emory University; M.D. 1953, Indiana University 
School of Medicine. 

Silverman, Gerald Murray. Clinical Associate 
Professor of Medicine. Associate Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1950, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1953, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Silverstein, David C. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Orthopedics). Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1947, University of 
Toronto (Canada); M.D. 1951, University of 
Toronto Faculty of Medicine (Canada). 

Silverstein, Roy L. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1975, Brown University; M.D. 1979, Emory 
University School of Medicine. 

Simmons, Tobianne. Assistant Professor of 
Pathology. B.A. 1964, Barnard College; M.S. 
1966, University of Denver; Ph.D. 1971, University 
of Pennsylvania. 

Simon, Harvey J. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1964, Brandeis 
University; M.D. 1972, New York Medical College. 

Simon, Howard B. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Urology). Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery in Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1945, Yale University; M.D. 1948, 
Yale University School of Medicine; M.S. 1955, 
University of Minnesota. 

Simon, Karen E. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1979, University of Navarra (Spain); M.D. 



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1982, University of Navarra Faculty of Medicine 
(Spain). 

Simpser, Edwin F. Instructor in Pediatrics. B.A. 1978, 
Yeshiva University; M.D. 1982, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Singer, Jonathan Eric. Clinical Instructor in 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1977, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1981, 
George Washington University School of 
Medicine. 

Singh, Jassit. Instructor in Pediatrics. Pediatrician, 

New York Hospital. A.B. 1982, Harvard University; 

M.D. 1986, Duke University School of Medicine. 
Singh, Malathy. Assistant Professor of Biochemistry in 

Psychiatry. B.S. 1961, Madras University (India); 

M.S. 1965, University of Baroda (India); Ph.D. 

1971, University of Delhi (India). 
Singh, Mukul. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and 

Gynecology. M B. B.S. 1972, Banaras Hindu 

Univeristy, Varanasi (India). 
Singh, Sharanjeet. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, North 

Shore University Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1961, M.G.M. 

Medical College of the University of Indore (India); 

M.D. 1964, M.G.M. Medical College of the 

University of Indore (India). 
Sinha, Dinesh Chandra. Clinical Instructor in 

Medicine. Attending Physician, La Guardia 

Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1957, Prince of Wales Medical 

College, Patna University (India); M.D. 1963, 

Prince of Wales Medical College, Patna University 

(India). 

Siniscalco, Marcello. Adjunct Professor of Medicine. 

M.D. 1948, University of Naples (Italy). 
Sinsheimer, Lisa Meshier. Clinical Instructor in 

Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 

Cancer Center. A.B. 1978, Princeton University; 

M.D. 1982, University of Texas Health Sciences 

Center. 

Sirlin, Julio Leo. Professor of Cell Biology and 

Anatomy. Professor of Cell Biology in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. D.Sc. 1954, University of 
Buenos Aires Faculty of Sciences (Argentina). 

Siskind, Gregory William. Associate Dean. Professor 
of Medicine. Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1955, Cornell University; M.D. 
1959, New York University School of Medicine. 

Skelton, C. Lynn. Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1961, Texas Technological University; M.D. 1965, 
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. 

Skinner, David B. Professor of Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.A. 1958, 
University of Rochester; M.D. 1959, Yale 
University School of Medicine. 

Sklansky, Bernard Donald. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Surgery. Assistant Attending 
Surgeon (Plastic Surgery), New York Hospital. 
Senior Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1965, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1969, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 



Skog, Donald R. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 

York Hospital. B.A. 1967, Colgate University; M.D. 

1971, University of Medicine and Dentistry of 

N. J., N. J. Medical School. 
Skudder, Paul A. Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Associate Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 

B.S. 1949, Middlebury College; M.D. 1953, 

Cornell University Medical College. 
Slade, Herbert B. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 

A.B. 1976, Hamilton College; M.D. 1980, State 

University of New York Health Science Center at 

Syracuse. 

Slater, Beatrice S. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Emeritus Staff, New York Hospital. B.A. 1928, 
Hunter College, City University of New York; M.S. 
1932, New York University; M.D. 1940, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Slater, Cecelia Anne. Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1976, Princeton University; 
M.D. 1981, Harvard Medical School. 

Slater, Robert James. Adjunct Professor of Pediatrics. 
M.D. 1946, University of Toronto Faculty of 
Medicine (Canada); B.A. 1948, University of 
Toronto (Canada). 

Slepian, Ralph Lee. Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, New York Hospital. A.S. 1978, 
Nassau Community College; B.A. 1980, Hofstra 
University; M.D. 1984, Medical College of 
Wisconsin. 

Slepowitz, Gary. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Senior Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1972, Brooklyn 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1975, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Slonim, Alfred E. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Senior Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. 
M.B.B.S. 1958, University of Melbourne 
(Australia). 

Sloyer, Alan F. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1978, Hofstra University; 
M.D. 1982, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Small, Marvin. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1948, New York 
University; M.D. 1952, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Small, Trudy Nan. Instructor in Pediatrics. Clinical 
Assistant Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1975, State University of 
New York at Albany; M.D. 1979, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Smalling, Sheigla R. Assistant Librarian. B.A. 1977, 
University of the West Indies Faculty of Medicine 
(Jamaica); M.L.S. 1985, Queens College, City 
University of New York. 

Smar, Michael David. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1975, Concordia 



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University (Canada); M.D.C.M. 1979, McGill 

University College of Medicine (Canada). 
Smith, Barry Hamilton. Associate Professor of 

Surgery. B.A. 1965, Harvard University; Ph.D. 

1968, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 

M.D. 1972, Cornell University Medical College. 
Smith, David Israel. Clinical Professor of Pediatrics. 

Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.S. 

1952, Union College; M.D. 1956, New York 

University School of Medicine. 
Smith, Gerard P. Professor of Psychiatry. Attending 

Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1956, St. 

Joseph's University; M.D. 1960, University of 

Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 
Smith, James P. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 

Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 

Associate Attending Physician, Hospital for 

Special Surgery. B.S. 1956, Georgetown 

University; M.D. 1960, Georgetown University 

School of Medicine. 
Smith, James Walter. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Surgery (Plastic Surgery). Associate Attending 

Surgeon (Plastic Surgery), New York Hospital. 

B.S. 1948, Western Reserve University; M.D. 

1952, Columbia University College of Physicians 

and Surgeons. 
Smith, Julius. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Radiology. M.B.B.Ch. 1954, University of Cape 

Town (South Africa). 
Smith, Patricia D. Assistant Professor of 

Ophthalmology. B.A. 1977, Johns Hopkins 

University; M.D. 1980, Johns Hopkins University 

School of Medicine. 
Smith, Thomas Edward. Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1981, 

University of Michigan; M.D. 1985, Wayne State 

University School of Medicine. 
Smithen, Charles. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 

York Hospital. B.A. 1961, University of Manitoba 

(Canada); M.D. 1965, University of Manitoba 

Faculty of Medicine (Canada). 
Smoller, Bruce Robert. Assistant Professor of 

Pathology. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Pathologist, New York 

Hospital. B.A. 1979, Dartmouth College; M.D. 

1983, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. 
Snart, Alan Gayton. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 

York Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1957, St. Bartholomew's 

Hospital Medical College (United Kingdom); M.D. 

1964, State University of New York Health 

Science Center at Brooklyn. 
Snow, Margaret E. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 

Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, Clark 

University; Ph.D. 1981, University of Chicago. 
Snow, Robert Bartley. Assistant Professor of Surgery 

(Neurosurgery). Assistant Attending Surgeon 

(Neurosurgery), New York Hospital. B.S. 1974, 

Syracuse University; A.M. 1976, University of 

Chicago; Ph.D. 1980, University of Chicago; M.D. 

1981 , Stanford University School of Medicine. 
Snyder, Barbara K. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 

Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 

Hospital. A.B. 1970, Barnard College; M.S. 1972, 



Columbia University; M.D. 1979, George 
Washington University School of Medicine. 

Snyder, Michael Sheldon. Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1975, Williams College; M.D. 
1979, Cornell University Medical College. 

So, Henry Beyaojo. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. M.D. 1959, University of Santo Tomas 
(Philippines). 

Soave, Rosemary. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Professor of Public Health. Associate 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1970, Fordham University; 
M.D. 1976, Cornell University Medical College. 

Sobel, Lawrence Jay. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Senior Assistant Attending 
Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 
1970, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1974, Medical College of Virginia. 

Sobin, Leslie Howard. Adjunct Professor of 

Pathology. B.S. 1955, Union College; M.D. 1959, 
State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Softer, Richard L. Professor of Medicine. Professor of 
Biochemistry. Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1954, Harvard University; M.D. 
1958, Harvard Medical School. 

Softness, Barney. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1976, Amherst College; M.D. 1980, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Sogani, Pramod Chandra. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
M.B.B.S. 1960, M.G.M. Medical College of the 
University of Indore (India); M.S. 1964, M.G.M. 
Medical College of the University of Indore (India). 

Sokol, Mae Sandra. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1972, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1980, University of 
Louvain (Belgium). 

Soletic, Raymond Luke. Clinical Instructor in 
Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1975, Fordham University; M.D. 1982, 
Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Soletsky, Louis M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1945, New York 
University; M.D. 1950, Hahnemann Medical 
College. 

Solny, Meyer Nathan. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1970, Yeshiva University; M.D. 1974, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. 

Solomon, Gail Ellen. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Neurology. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Neurology in Psychiatry. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Neurology in Pediatrics. Associate 
Attending Neurologist, New York Hospital. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York 



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Hospital. Associate Attending Neurologist in 
Psychiatry, New York Hospital. Adjunct Attending 
Pediatric Neurologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. A.B. 1958, Smith College; M.D. 
1962, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Solomon, Henry A. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1958, New York University; 
M.D. 1962, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Solow, Renee. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Radiology. B.A. 1961, Sarah Lawrence College; 
M.A. 1967, Columbia University; M.D. 1973, 
Medical College of Pennsylvania. 

Soloway, Josef. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1956, Brown University; M.D. 
1960, New York University School of Medicine. 

Sommers, Gara M. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1977, 
Smith College; M.D. 1981, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Sonenberg, Martin. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1941, University of Pennsylvania; 
M.D. 1944, New York University School of 
Medicine; Ph.D. 1952, New York University. 

Sonkin, Lawrence S. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1941, City College, City 
University of New York; M.S. 1942, University of 
Wisconsin; Ph.D. 1949, University of Chicago; 
M.D. 1950, University of Chicago Pritzker School 
of Medicine. 

Sorin, Robert Michael. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Dentist, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1970, Rutgers State 
University; D.M.D. 1974, University of 
Pennsylvania School of Medicine. 

Sos, Thomas Andrew. Professor of Radiology. 
Attending Radiologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1964, Queens College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1968, Harvard Medical School. 

Sosa, Raul Ernest. Assistant Professor of Surgery 
(Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology), 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1978, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Sotelo, Julio E. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1962, University of San 
Marcos (Peru). 

Soukkary, Solaima A. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1967, Saray Elkoba (Egypt); M.S. 
1968, Cairo University (Egypt); M.B.B.Ch. 1974 
University of Cairo, Mansura Medical College 
(Egypt). 

Sowala, Roger James. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1960, 



University of Notre Dame; M.A. 1966, University 
of Notre Dame; Ph.D. 1974, Fordham University. 
Sowin, Timothy W. Instructor in Psychiatry. B.S. 1977, 
Manhattan College; M.D. 1982, New York Medical 
College. 

Sparrow, Janet Ruthe. Assistant Professor of 

Anatomy in Ophthalmology. B.S. 1974, University 
of Western Ontario (Canada); Ph.D. 1980, 
University of Western Ontario (Canada). 

Speiser, Phyllis Witzel. Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1975, Brandeis University; 
M.D. 1979, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Spencer, James H., Jr. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1952, Amherst College; M.A. 
1953, Stanford University; M.D. 1960, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Spiegel, Jerry. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1953, New York University; M.D. 1957, State 
University of New York at Stony Brook Health 
Science Center. 

Spiegel, Ladd. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Instructor of Psychiatry in Pediatrics. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, 
Amherst College; M.D. 1980, University of 
Maryland School of Medicine. 

Spiegel, Mark Alan. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1971, Yale University; M.D. 
1975, Cornell University Medical College. 

Spielman, Gerald Michael. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Pediatrics. Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1962, Union 
College; M.D. 1966, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Spier, Nathaniel. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1954, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1958, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Spinazzola, Regina M. Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1976, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1980, New York 
Medical College. 

Spindler, Andre B. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1965, Queens College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1969, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Syracuse. 

Spira, Irvin A. Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 

Hospital. B.S. 1960, Roosevelt University; 

M.D.C.M. 1964, McGill University College of 

Medicine (Canada). 
Spiro, Ronald H. Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 

Cancer Center. A.B. 1951, Syracuse University; 

M.D. 1955, State University of New York Health 

Science Center at Syracuse. 



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Spital, Max. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1948, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M A. 1949, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1962, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Spitz, Irving Manfred. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. M.B.B.Ch. 1962, University of 
Witwatersrand (South Africa); M.D. 1971, 
University of Witwatersrand (South Africa). 

Spivak, William. Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 
Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1972, Yeshiva University; M.D. 
1976, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Spokojny, Artur Manfred. Instructor in Medicine. 

Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1982, Duesseldorf Medical Academy (West 
Germany). 

Squires, Kathleen Elaine. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1974, Princeton University; 
M.D. 1981, Medical College of Pennsylvania. 

Srimal, Subita. Instructor in Medicine. B.S. 1977, 
Maharani College (India); M.S. 1979, M.S. 
University (India); Ph.D. 1985, University of 
Calcutta (India). 

Staiano-Coico, Lisa. Associate Professor of 
Microbiology in Surgery. B.S. 1976, Brooklyn 
College, City University of New York; Ph.D. 1981, 
Cornell University. 

Stark, Richard M. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery (Orthopedics). Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. Consultant, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. B.S. 1953, Union College; M.D. 
1957, Chicago Medical School. 

Starr, Michael B. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Associate Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1968, 
Harvard University; M.M.S. 1970, Rutgers State 
University Medical School; M.D. 1972, Mount 
Sinai School of Medicine. 

Stassa, George. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Radiology. Associate Attending Radiologist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1956, Columbia University; 
D.P.H. 1960, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Statman, Harry. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. Attending Surgeon, Jamaica Hospital. 
B.S. 1950, University of Arkansas; M.D. 1954, 
State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Stauffer, Tom G. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1940, Washington University; 
M.D. 1943, Washington University Medical 
Center. 

Steadman, E. Thomas. Clinical Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1950, Amherst College; M A. 1953, 
Amherst College; M.D. 1957, Cornell University 
Medical College. 



Stechel, Richard Paul. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1972, 
Bucknell University; M.D. 1976, Temple University 
School of Medicine. 

Steckelman, Joel. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1961 , City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1965, State 
University of New York at Buffalo School of 
Medicine. 

Stein, Harry Leo. Professor of Radiology. Attending 
Radiologist, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1953, New York University; M.D. 1957, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Stein, Neil H. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1977, Columbia University; M.D. 
1 981 , Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Stein, Ralph. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1947, New York University; 
M.D. 1953, University of Zurich (Switzerland). 

Stein, Stefan P. Professor of Clinical Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1959, Union College; M.D. 1963, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Steinberg, Charles. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1960, Brown University; M.D. 
1964, Cornell University Medical College. 

Steinberg, Herman. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 
1941, Columbia University; M.D. 1945, Albany 
Medical College. 

Steinberg, Jorge. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1953, Mariano Moreno 
National College, Buenos Aires (Argentina); M.D. 
1962, University of Buenos Aires Faculty of 
Medicine (Argentina). 

Steinberg, Michael George. Clinical Instructor in 
Surgery (Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending 
Dentist (Myo-functional Therapy), New York 
Hospital. D.D.S. 1967, University of Maryland. 

Steinfeld, Philip S. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1953, Queens College; 
M.D. 1960, University of Basel, Faculty of 
Medicine (Switzerland). 

Steinherz, Laurel J. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 
1967, University of Rochester; M.D. 1970, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Steinherz, Peter G. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. Associate Attending Pediatrician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1964, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1968, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 



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Steisel, Jerald. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Senior Assistant Attending 
Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. A.B. 
1950, Cornell University; M.D. 1954, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Steller, Richard Neil. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1971, State University of 
New York at Stony Brook; M.D. 1975, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Stempler, Allan Ivan. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Senior Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1963, University of 
Rochester; M.D. 1969, University of Mississippi 
School of Medicine. 

Stenzel, Kurt H. Professor of Biochemistry. Professor 
of Surgery. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. Attending Surgeon, 
New York Hospital. B.A. 1954, New York 
University; M.D. 1958, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Stephens, Roy A. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 

Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1954, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1959, Bowman Gray 
School of Medicine. 

Stephenson, John L. Professor of Biomathematics in 
Physiology and Biophysics. S.B. 1943, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1949, University of Illinois 
College of Medicine. 

Stern, Kathleen S. Clinical Instructor in 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, 
University of Chicago; M.D. 1978, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Stern, Mark J. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1975, Mount Sinai 
School of Medicine. 

Stern, Peter Hans. Clinical Professor of Rehabilitation 
Medicine in Surgery. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1941, University of Berlin (West 
Germany); M.B.B.S. 1945, University of Innsbruck 
(Austria). 

Stern, Richard. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. Assistant Attending Physician, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 1966, University 
of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1970, Tufts University 
School of Medicine. 

Sternberg, Stephen Stanley. Professor of Pathology. 
Attending Pathologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1941, Colby College; M.D. 
1944, New York University School of Medicine. 

Sternschein, Irving. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1939, University of Cincinnati; 
M.D. 1942, University of Cincinnati College of 
Medicine. 

Stevens, Cladd Elizabeth. Clinical Professor of Public 
Health. B.A. 1963, Pomona College; M.D. 1968, 
Baylor College of Medicine; M.P.H. 1974, 
University of Washington. 

Stevens, Mitchell Alvin. Clinical Instructor in 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 



York Hospital. B.S. 1966, Ursinus College; M.D. 

1970, Temple University School of Medicine. 
Stewart, Barbara Joyce. Clinical Assistant Professor 

of Pediatrics. B.A. 1964, Trinity College; M.D. 

1969, Hahnemann Medical College. 
Stier, Frederick Michael. Clinical Instructor in 

Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

B.S. 1973, Ohio University; M.D. 1977, College of 

Medicine and Dentistry, Rutgers University. 
Stine, John J. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 

York Hospital. B.A. 1959, Columbia University; 

M.D. 1963, New York University School of 

Medicine. 

Stoeckle, Mark Young. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Professor of Medicine in 
Microbiology. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1974, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1978, Harvard Medical School. 

Stokes, Peter Edwin. Professor of Psychiatry. 
Professor of Medicine. Attending Psychiatrist, 
New York Hospital. Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1948, Trinity College; M.D. 
1952, Cornell University Medical College. 

Stone, Alex Michael. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1962, Rensselaer Polytechnic 
Institute; M.D. 1966, New York University School 
of Medicine. 

Stoner, Elizabeth. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1970, Ottawa University; M.S. 
1972, State University of New York at Stony 
Brook; M.D. 1977, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Storey-Johnson, Carol Lorraine. Associate Professor 
of Clinical Medicine. Associate Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 1973, Yale 
University; M.D. 1977, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Stover, Diane Elizabeth. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1966, St. John's University; M.D. 1970, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Straker, Norman Lewis. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, 
New York Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1962, McGill 
University (Canada); M.D. CM. 1966, McGill 
University College of Medicine (Canada). 

Straub, Lee Ramsey. Professor Emeritus of Clinical 
Surgery. M.D.C.M. 1940, McGill University 
College of Medicine (Canada). 

Straus, David J. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 
1965, University of Chicago; M.D. 1969, Medical 
College of Wisconsin. 

Strauss, Lawrence. Clinical Associate Professor 

Emeritus of Medicine. Honorary Staff, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1937, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1943, Middlesex University 
College of Medicine. 



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Strauss, Richard J. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Senior Assistant Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1968, New York 
University; M.D. 1972, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Strauss, Robert Lane. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1970, University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D. 1974, Tufts University School 
of Medicine. 

Strick, Stanley. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1953, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1958, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Stritzler, Ronald. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1953, 
University of Vermont; M.D. 1959, University of 
Lausanne (Switzerland). 

Strome, Robert Richard. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Ophthalmology. Associate Attending Surgeon, 
North Shore University Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1959, New York University; M.D. 1965, 
University of Padua (Italy). 

Strong, Elliot Wilson. Professor of Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.S. 1952, Tufts University; M.D. 1956, 
Tufts University School of Medicine. 

Strongin, Michael Jay. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1972, Boston University; M.D. 
1973, Boston University School of Medicine. 

Strupp, Annie McLane. Assistant Professor of 

Pathology. Assistant Attending Pathologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1974, Brown University; M.D. 
1977, Brown University Program in Medicine. 

Stubenbord, William Tennant. Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1958, Yale University; M.D. 1962, 
Cornell University Medical College. 

Sturla, Erasmo C. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.D. 1969, 
University of Barcelona (Spain). 

Sudan, Nalin Kumar. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
M.B.B.S. 1972, Punjab University Medical 
College, Amritsar (India). 

Sullivan, John Francis. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Biochemistry. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. Associate Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1957, College of the Holy Cross; 
M.D. 1961, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Sullivan, Timothy. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1974, College of the Holy Cross; 
M.D. 1977, Dartmouth Medical School. 

Sullivan, Timothy Patrick. Clinical Instructor in 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 



Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1973, 
Manhattan College; M.D. 1978, State University of 
New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Sun, Tsieh. Professor of Clinical Pathology. Attending 
Pathologist, North Shore University Hospital. M.D. 
1956, Hunan Medical College (China); M.S. 1967, 
University of Hong Kong. 

Suna, Jo-Ann. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1981, University of Rochester; M.D. 1985, Case 
Western Reserve University School of Medicine. 

Surur, Fouad. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1961, Ain Shams University 
Faculty of Medicine (Egypt). 

Susin, Myron. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pathology. Attending Pathologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1956, Augustana 
College; M.D. 1960, University of Illinois College 
of Medicine. 

Susman, David G. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1960, Queen's University 
(Canada); M.D. 1962, Queen's University Faculty 
of Medicine (Canada). 

Susman, Virginia Lehmann. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1971, 
Fordham University; M.D. 1975, University of 
Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. 

Sussdorf, Dieter H. Associate Professor of 

Microbiology. B.A. 1952, University of Missouri; 
Ph.D. 1956, University of Chicago. 

Sussman, Jay Ira. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1977, Syracuse 
University; M.D. 1981, Mount Sinai School of 
Medicine. 

Suthanthiran, Manikkam. Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Professor of Biochemistry. 
Associate Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. Associate Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1970, Kilpauk Medical College, 
Madras University (India). 

Sutter, James T. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 
1939, Fordham University; M.D. 1943, Long 
Island College of Medicine. 

Swan, Roy C. Joseph C. Hinsey Professor Emeritus 
of Anatomy. Professor Emeritus of Cell Biology 
and Anatomy. B.A. 1941, Cornell University; M.D. 
1947, Cornell University Medical College. 

Sweeney, John Adrian. Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, 
University of Cincinnati; M.S. 1977, Syracuse 
University; Ph.D. 1980, Syracuse University. 

Sweeney, William J., III. Clinical Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 
Hospital. Consultant, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
A.B. 1942, Maryville College; M.D. 1949, Cornell 
University Medical College. 



Faculty of the Medical College 201 



Swenson, Charles Robert. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Psychiatry. Associate Attending 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1971, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1976, Yale University 
School of Medicine. 

Swezey, Susan Harris. Clinical Instructor in 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1975, Chatham 
College; M.D. 1982, Universidad Autonoma de 
Nuevo Leon Medical School (Mexico). 

Swinburne, John Knowles. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Surgery. Associate Attending 
Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 
1962, Queens College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1966, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Syalee, Jogesh. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
M.B.B.S. 1970, Lady Hardinge Medical College 
(India). 

Szabo, Paul. Assistant Professor of Molecular Biology 
in Medicine. B.S. 1971, University of Illinois; Ph.D. 
1974, University of Illinois. 

Szatkowski, Jerzy Alexander. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Pediatrics. Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. M.D. 1974, 
University of Rome (Italy). 

Szatrowski, Ted Paul. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1977, University of 
Washington; B.A. 1977, University of Washington; 
Ph.C. 1982, University of Washington; M.D. 1983, 
University of Washington School of Medicine. 

Szeto, Hazel H. Associate Professor of 

Pharmacology. B.S. 1972, Indiana University; 
M.D. 1977, Cornell University Medical College; 
Ph.D. 1977, Cornell University. 

Tabaee-Zadeh, M. Javad. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Clinical Cardiologist, La Guardia 
Hospital. M.D. 1966, Pahlavi University (Iran). 

Taff, Ross Howard. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.S. 1970, City College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1974, New York Medical College. 

Talansky, Arthur L. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Senior Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1972, University of 
Michigan; M.D. 1977, Mount Sinai School of 
Medicine. 

Talansky, Beth Ellen. Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. B.A. 1982, Barnard College; M.Phil. 
1986, Mount Sinai School of Medicine; Ph.D. 
1988, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Talbot, James W. Clinical Instructor in 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1965, 
United States Military Academy; M B. A. 1972, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1980, University of 
Texas Health Sciences Center. 

Tallal, Lisa. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1944, University of Texas; M.D. 
1955, New York Medical College. 

Tamerin, John Samuel. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, 
New York Hospital. A.B. 1959, Harvard University; 



M.D. 1963, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Tan, Charlotte T. C. Professor of Pediatrics. Attending 
Pediatrician, New York Hospital. Attending 
Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. M.D. 1947, National Hsiangya Medical 
College (China). 

Tan, Wendy. Assistant Librarian. B.S. 1977, National 
Taiwan University; M.L.S. 1982, State University 
of New York at Buffalo; M A. 1988, Hunter 
College, City University of New York. 

Taney, Frances Halpern. Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. B.S. 1977, Tufts 
University; M.D. 1981, Tufts University School of 
Medicine. 

Tapia, Luis. Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery. Associate 
Professor of Clinical Biochemistry. Associate 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1965, University of Madrid (Spain). 

Tapper, Michael Leitner. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1965, 
Columbia University; M A. 1966, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1970, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Tardiff, Kenneth. Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
Associate Professor of Public Health. Associate 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. M.D. 
1969, Tulane University School of Medicine; 
M.P.H. 1973, Harvard University. 

Tate, Suresh S. Associate Professor of Biochemistry. 
B.S. 1958, Medical College Barod M.S. University 
(India); M.S. 1960, Medical College Barod M.S. 
University (India); Ph.D. 1963, University of 
London (United Kingdom). 

Teichberg, Saul. Associate Professor of Cell Biology 
in Pediatrics. B.S. 1967, City College, City 
University of New York; Ph.D. 1972, Columbia 
University. 

Teintze, Martin. Assistant Professor of Cell Biology in 
Medicine. Assistant Professor of Cell Biology and 
Anatomy. B.S. 1976, California Institute of 
Technology; Ph.D. 1981, University of California, 
San Diego. 

Teitelman, Gladys N. Associate Research Professor 
of Neuroscience. B.S. 1962, University of Buenos 
Aires (Argentina); Ph.D. 1971, University of 
Pennsylvania. 

Teixidor, Hind S. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Radiology. Associate Attending Radiologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1954, American University of 
Beirut (Lebanon); M.D. 1958, American University 
of Beirut (Lebanon). 

Tenenbaum, Marvin J. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1967, 
Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1971 , Medical College of Virginia. 

Tepler, Jeffrey. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1978, Yeshiva University; M.D. 1982, Yale 
University School of Medicine. 

Terkelson, Kenneth George. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Psychiatry. Associate Attending 



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Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1965, 
Georgetown University; M.D. 1969, Jefferson 
Medical College. 
Terry, Jack. Clinical Associate Professor of 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1954, Colorado School of 
Mines; M.D. 1964, University of Colorado School 
of Medicine. 

Thomas, Claudia L. Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1 981 , University of Michigan; M.D. 1 985, 
University of North Carolina School of Medicine. 

Thomas, Henry M., III. Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1 957, Haverford College; M.D. 1 961 , Johns 
Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Thomas, Lewis. Professor Emeritus of Medicine. 
Emeritus Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.S. 1933, Princeton University; M.D. 
1937, Harvard Medical School; M.A. 1969, Yale 
University. 

Thomas, Stephen J. Associate Professor of 

Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, New 

York Hospital. A.B. 1964, Cornell University; M.D. 

1968, Jefferson Medical College. 
Thompson, David Duvall. Professor of Medicine. 

Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 

1943, Cornell University; M.D. 1946, Cornell 

University Medical College. 
Thomson, Diane. Associate Librarian. B.S. 1960, 

Southern Methodist University; M.L.S. 1979, 

McGill University (Canada). 
Thorbjarnarson, Bjorn. Clinical Professor of Surgery. 

Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. M.D. 

1947, University of Iceland. 
Thorne, Alisa C. Assistant Professor of 

Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 

Anesthesiologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 

Cancer Center. B.S. 1977, Yale University; M.D. 

1981 , Harvard Medical School. 
Thornton, Yvonne Shirley. Assistant Professor of 

Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 

Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New York 

Hospital. B.S. 1969, Monmouth College; M.D. 

1973, Columbia University College of Physicians 

and Surgeons. 
Timberger, Robert J. Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 

Cancer Center. A.B. 1956, Cornell University; 

M.D. 1960, Cornell University Medical College. 
Timpanelli, Alphonse E. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 

Medicine. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. A.B. 

1932, Columbia University; M.D. 1936, Cornell 

University Medical College. 
Tingir, Raffi N. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 

University Hospital. B.A. 1973, American Robert 

College (Turkey); M.D. 1979, Istanbul University 

Medical School (Turkey). 
Tiongco, Ida M. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 

Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1963, University 

of the East (Philippines); M.D. 1968, U.E. Ramon 

Magsaysay (Philippines). 
Tjeuw, Michael. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, New 



York Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1971, University of New 
South Wales (Australia). 

Toback, Ira B. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. Senior 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1969, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1976, Catholic 
University of Louvain (Belgium). 

Todaro, Robert T. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, Jamaica Hospital. 
B.A. 1950, Columbia University; M.D. 1955, 
University of Bologna (Italy). 

Tolchin, Joan. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital A.B. 1964, Vassar College; M.D. 
1972, New York University School of Medicine. 

Tolins, Paul George. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1957, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1961, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Tomao, Frank Anthony. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. Adjunct Attending Staff, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1961, Manhattan College; M.D. 1965, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Tomasz, Alexander. Adjunct Professor of 

Microbiology in Medicine. Ph.D. 1961, Columbia 
University. 

Tommasulo, Barbara Cioffi. Instructor in Medicine. 
B.A. 1982, University of Rochester; M.D. 1986, 
State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Syracuse. 

Topkins, Marjorie Joy. Professor of Clinical 

Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1946, Cornell University; M.D. 
1950, University of Vermont College of Medicine. 

Torre, Douglas Paul. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. Adjunct 
Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.S. 1940, Tulane University; M.D. 1943, 
Tulane University School of Medicine. 

Torre, Joanne. Instructor in Medicine. B.S. 1977, 
Fordham University; M.D. 1981, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Tortolani, Anthony John. John D. Mountain, M.D. 
Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery. Attending 
Surgeon, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 
1965, Fordham University; M.D. 1969, George 
Washington University School of Medicine. 

Torzilli, Peter A. Associate Professor of Applied 
Biomechanics in Surgery. Associate Scientist, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. B E. 1967, State 
University of New York at Stony Brook; M.S. 
1970, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Ph.D. 
1974, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. 

Toth, Attila. Associate Professor of Clinical Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Associate Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. M.D. 1964, 
Budapest University (Hungary). 

Toth, Miklos. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician and 
Gynecologist, New York Hospital. M.D. 1965, 
Semmelweis Medical School, Budapest 
(Hungary). 



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Towle, Andrew C. Assistant Professor of 
Neuroscience. B.A. 1975, University of 
Connecticut; M.S. 1977, Yale University; Ph.D. 
1981, University of Connecticut. 

Townes-Anderson, Ellen. Assistant Professor of 
Physiology and Biophysics. B.A. 1968, 
Connecticut College; M.A. 1971, University of 
California, Berkeley; Ph.D. 1980, Boston 
University. 

Trad, Paul Victor. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.D. 1977, 
Universidad La Salle Escuela de Medicina 
(Mexico). 

Traktman, Paula. Assistant Professor of Cell Biology 
and Anatomy. Assistant Professor of Cell Biology 
and Anatomy in Microbiology. A.B. 1974, Radcliffe 
College; Ph.D. 1981, Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology. 

Trattler, Arnold J. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Honorary Staff, North Shore University Hospital. 
B.A. 1940, Princeton University; M.D. 1943, Long 
Island College of Medicine. 

Treiber, Eric S. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, United Hospital. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, 
Queens College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1976, Georgetown University School of 
Medicine. 

Trongone, Richard. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1975, Fordham University; M.D. 
1 981 , Mount Sinai School of Medicine. 

Tross, Susan Ellen. Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. Assistant Attending Psychologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1972, Barnard College; M.Ed. 
1975, Harvard University; Ph.D. 1983, Yeshiva 
University. 

Troutman, Richard C. Adjunct Professor of Clinical 
Ophthalmology. Attending Ophthalmologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1942, Ohio State University; 
M.D. 1945, Ohio State University College of 
Medicine. 

Trutt, Simon Michael. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1966, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1970, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Tsai, Mary Y. Y. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1949, National Central 
University College of Medicine (China). 

Tsairis, Peter. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Neurology. Associate Attending Physician, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. Associate Attending 
Neurologist, New York Hospital. Adjunct Attending 
Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
B.S. 1960, Trinity College; M.D. 1965, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Tse, Doris Bo-Shan. Assistant Professor of Cell 
Biology and Anatomy in Medicine. A.B. 1972, 
Vassar College; M A. 1982, Columbia University; 
M.P.H. 1984, Columbia University; Ph.D. 1984, 
Columbia University. 



Tsen, Oliver Shih Ming. Assistant Professor of 

Physics in Radiology. B.S. 1972,; M.A. 1978, City 
College, City University of New York; M.S. 1980. 
Polytechnic Institute of New York. 

Tucci, Anthony F. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1959, City 
College, City University of New York; Ph.D. 1966, 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University; M.D. 1975, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Tucker, Lewis Wiley. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Neuroscience. B.A. 1972, Cornell University; M.S. 
1979, Polytechnic Institute of New York; Ph.D. 
1984, Polytechnic Institute of New York. 

Tucker, Lyle. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, 
George Washington University; M.A. 1976, 
Columbia University; M.Phil. 1978, Columbia 
University; Ph.D. 1978, Columbia University. 

Tulin, Maurice. Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus 
of Medicine. Honorary Staff, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1938, Trinity College; 
M.D. 1942, Yale University School of Medicine. 

Tumminello, Vincent Joseph. Clinical Instructor in 
Surgery (Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1964, Holy Cross College 
of Massachusetts; M.D. 1968, Tufts University 
School of Medicine. 

Tunick, Steven Joel. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Oral 
Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, Rutgers 
State University; D.M.D. 1973, Tufts University 
School of Medicine. 

Turkel, Spencer Jay. Visiting Assistant Professor of 
Cell Biology and Anatomy. A.B. 1971 , Lehman 
College, City University of New York; M.A. 1975, 
Cornell University; Ph.D. 1982, Cornell University. 

Turnbull, Alan David. Professor of Clinical Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1957, McGill University 
(Canada); M.D.C.M. 1961, McGill University 
College of Medicine (Canada); M.S. 1965, McGill 
University (Canada). 

Turner, Elaine S. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1968, Wheaton College; 
M.D. 1974, Medical College of Pennsylvania. 

Turner, Ira M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Neurology. Assistant Attending Neurologist. North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1968, Harpur 
University of the State University of New York; 
M.D. 1972, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Turner, Liebert S. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1955, University of 
Pennsylvania; M.D. 1959, Chicago Medical 
School. 

Turner, Louis B. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Honorary Staff, North Shore University 
Hospital. A.B. 1942, Columbia University; M.D. 
1944, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 



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Turner, Sophie S. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Radiology. Senior Assistant Attending Radiologist, 
North Shore University Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1961, 
University College Hospital Medical School 
(United Kingdom). 

Tuttle, Thomas Lambert. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1957, Colgate University; M.D. 
1961, University of Rochester School of Medicine 
and Dentistry. 

Tyberg. Theodore Irving. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1968, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1975, Rush Medical 
College 

Udenfriend, Sidney. Adjunct Professor of 

Biochemistry. B.S. 1939, City College, City 
University of New York; M.S. 1942, New York 
University; Ph.D. 1948. New York University. 

Ulberg, Robert Jay. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1952, 
University of Illinois; M.D. CM. 1957, Dalhousie 
University Faculty of Medicine (Canada). 

Ulick, Stanley. Adjunct Professor of Pediatrics. 
Adjunct Professor of Medicine. B.A. 1942, 
Pennsylvania State University; M.S. 1944, Illinois 
Institute of Technology; M.D. 1 951 , New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Ullmann, Alice. Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus 
of Social Work in Public Health. B.A. 1947, 
University of Manchester (United Kingdom); M.S. 
1952, Columbia University. 

Underwood, Stephen George. Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1968, Hamilton College; M.D. 
1973, New York University School of Medicine. 

Urbach, Herbert J. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1950, New 
York University; M.D. 1954, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Urban, Bemd Werner. Associate Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Associate Professor of 
Anesthesiology in Physiology and Biophysics. 
M.S. 1974, University of Karlsruhe (West 
Germany); Ph.D. 1978, Cambridge University 
Medical School (United Kingdom). 

Urban, Jerome Andrew. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Surgery. Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1934, Columbia University; 
M.D. 1938, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Urmacher, Carlos D. Assistant Professor of 
Pathology. Associate Attending Pathologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 
1972, Central University (Venezuela). 

Urmey, William F. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
B.A. 1978, Johns Hopkins University; M.D. 1983, 
Harvard Medical School. 

Usmani, Shaista Shamim. Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Senior Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. 



M.B.B.S. 1971, King Edward Medical College 
(Pakistan). 

Utermohlen, Virginia. Assistant Professor of Nutrition 
in Medicine. A.B. 1964, Washington University; 
M.D. 1968, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Vaccaro, Peter. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1975, Queens College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1979, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Vacirca. Salvatore John. Professor of Physics in 
Clinical Radiology. B.S. 1948. City College, City 
University of New York; MS 1954, New York 
University; Ph.D. 1970. New York University. 

Vagnini, Frederic Joseph. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Surgery. Associate Attending Surgeon, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1958, City 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1963, 
St. Louis University School of Medicine. 

Van Allen. Traer. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital B.A. 1953, 
McGill University (Canada); M.D. 1956, McGill 
University College of Medicine (Canada). 

Vanamee. Parker. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician. Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1942, Yale University; M.D. 
1945, Cornell University Medical College. 

Van Bellingham, Heidi. Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Psychiatrist. New York Hospital. B.S. 1978, State 
University of New York at Binghamton; M.D. 1983, 
Cornell University Medical College 

Vandersall, Thornton Arthur. Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1950, College of 
Wooster; M.D. 1954. Jefferson Medical College. 

Van Poznak, Alan. Professor of Anesthesiology. 
Professor of Pharmacology. Attending 
Anesthesiologist, New York Hospital. A.B. 1948, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1952. Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Varghese, Mathew C. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1966, Kerala University 
(India); M.B.B.S. 1973, Kerala University Medical 
College (India). 

Vasudeva, Kusum. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.B.B.S. 1967, Delhi 
University College of Medical Sciences (India). 

Vaughan, E. Darracott, Jr. James J. Colt Professor of 
Urology in Surgery. Attending Surgeon-in-Charge 
(Urology), New York Hospital. Attending Surgeon, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1961, Washington and Lee University; M.D. 1965, 
University of Virginia School of Medicine; M.S. 
1969, University of Virginia. 

Veber, Mirta B. Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician. New York Hospital. B.S. 
1972. University of Buenos Aires (Argentina); 
M.D. 1979. University of Buenos Aires Faculty of 
Medicine (Argentina). 

Velis, Konstantin P. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Orthopedics). Assistant Attending 



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Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Orthopedic Surgery), New York Hospital. M.D. 
1948, American University of Beirut (Lebanon). 

Verdesca, Arthur Salvatore. Clinical Assistant 
Professor of Medicine. Assistant Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. A.B. 1951 , 
Columbia University; M.D. 1955, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Veronneau, Suzanne Rachel. Clinical Associate 
Professor of Ophthalmology. Associate Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1951, 
University of Montreal (Canada); B.S. 1952, 
University of Montreal (Canada); M.D. 1957, 
University of Montreal Faculty of Medicine 
(Canada). 

Versfelt, Mary G. Clinical Instructor of Pediatrics in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, United Hospital. A.B. 1974, 
Princeton University; M.D. 1978, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Veselis, Robert A. Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. M.D. 1979, University of Toronto 
Faculty of Medicine (Canada). 

Victor, Jonathan David. Associate Professor of 

Neurology and Neuroscience. Associate Attending 
Neurologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1973, 
Harvard University; Ph.D. 1979, Rockefeller 
University; M.D. 1980, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Viederman, Milton. Professor of Clinical Psychiatry. 
Attending Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. Adjunct 
Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.A. 1951, Columbia University; M.D. 
1955, Harvard Medical School. 

Vinciguerra, Vincent Paul. Associate Professor of 
Clinical Medicine. Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1962, Seton Hall 
University; M.D. 1966, Georgetown University 
School of Medicine. 

Vine, Mark Howard. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon (Urology) 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1969, Kansas State 
University of Agriculture and Applied Science; 
M.D. 1974, University of Barcelona (Spain). 

Viscardi, John P. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1953, New York Medical 
College. 

Visconti, Ernest Bernard. Clinical Instructor in 
Pediatrics. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1967, lona College; M.D. 1971, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Syracuse. 

Vogiatzis, Nicholas George. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. B.A. 1971 , New York University; M.D. 
1975, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Volpe, Bruce T. Associate Professor of Neurology and 
Neuroscience. Attending Neurologist, Burke 
Rehabilitation Center. Associate Attending 
Neurologist, New York Hospital. Adjunct Attending 
Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 



B.S. 1969, Yale University; M.D. 1973, Yale 
University School of Medicine. 

von Estorff, Irene. Assistant Professor of 

Rehabilitation Medicine in Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Physiatrist, New York Hospital. Clinical 
Assistant Physiatrist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1962, Wellesley College; 
M.D. 1980, Mayo Medical School. 

von Kreuter, Betsy Frances. Assistant Professor of 
Pathology. Assistant Professor of Microbiology. 
B.S. 1982, University of Vermont; Ph.D. 1988, 
Cornell University. 

Vorhaus, Louis J. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1943, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1946, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Vuckovic, Dragan D. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Anesthesiology. Consultant, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 1 957, University of 
Belgrade (Yugoslavia). 

Wadler, Gary I. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1960, Brooklyn College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1964, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Wagner, Daniel Robert. Assistant Professor of Clinical 
Neurology in Psychiatry. Assistant Professor of 
Clinical Neurology. Assistant Attending 
Neurologist in Psychiatry, New York Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Neurologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1970, University of Missouri; M.D. 
1974, University of Missouri School of Medicine, 
Columbia. 

Wagner, Susan. Clinical Instructor of Psychology in 
Psychiatry. Professional Associate, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1976, Empire State College; M.A. 
1980, Columbia University, Teachers College; 
Ph.D. 1981, Columbia University, Teachers 
College. 

Wainstein, Sasha. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon 
(Urology), New York Hospital. M.D. 1969, 
University Del Valle Faculty of Medicine 
(Colombia). 

Wainston, Michael. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Senior Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1950, Queens 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1955, 
University of Berne (Switzerland). 

Waldbaum, Robert S. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1958, Columbia University; M.D. 
1962, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Waldbaum, Ruth. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. Assistant Attending 
Psychiatrist, North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 
1961, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1965, George Washington University 
School of Medicine. 

Walden, William David. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate 



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Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1951 , University of California, 
Los Angeles; M.D. 1959, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Waldron, Sherwood, Jr. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1958, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1962, Yale University School of Medicine. 

Walker, Peter F. R. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. A.B. 1965, Harvard 
University; M.D. 1969, Boston University School 
of Medicine. 

Walker, Russell W. Assistant Professor of Neurology. 
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. Assistant Attending Neurologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Assistant Attending Neurologist, New York 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1963, Barnard College; M.D. 
1969, Albany Medical College. 

Wall, Doris Alynne. Associate Professor of Cell 
Biology and Anatomy. B.A. 1970, University of 
New Hampshire; Ph.D. 1975, Cornell University. 

Wall, James Hardin. Clinical Professor Emeritus of 
Psychiatry. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. 
M.D. 1927, Jefferson Medical College. 

Walle, Alexander Joerg. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1973, C. Albrechts University, 
Kiel (West Germany); Ph.D. 1975, C. Albrechts 
University, Kiel (West Germany). 

Wallerson, Donald Cedric. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1975, Hunter College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1979, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Wallis, James Burton. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1974, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1978, Harvard Medical School. 

Wallis, Lila Amdurska. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1947, Barnard College; M.D. 1951, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Walsh, Mary Beth. Assistant Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, Hospital 
for Special Surgery. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. Attending Physician, Burke 
Rehabilitation Center. B.A. 1969, Wellesley 
College; M.D. 1974, Dartmouth Medical School. 

Walters, Cheryl Ashville. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1977, Cornell University; M.D. 
1981, University of Rochester School of Medicine 
and Dentistry. 

Wang, John C. L. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Professor of Biochemistry. Assistant 
Professor of Surgery. Assistant Attending 
Surgeon, New York Hospital. Assistant Attending 
Physician, New York Hospital. M.A. 1973, 
Washington University; Ph.D. 1978, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1979, Cornell University Medical 
College. 



Wang, Robert C. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1976, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1979, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Wantz, George Edward. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Surgery. Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. M.D. 1946, University of Michigan 
Medical School. 

Wapnir, Raul A. Professor of Biochemistry in 

Pediatrics. M.S. 1953, University of Buenos Aires 
(Argentina); Ph.D. 1954, University of Buenos 
Aires (Argentina); M.P.H. 1970, Johns Hopkins 
University. 

Ward, Mary Josephine. Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Pediatrics. B.A. 1978, Bucknell 
University; Ph.D. 1983, University of Minnesota, 
Twin Cities. 

Ward, Robert F. Assistant Professor of 
Otorhinolaryngology. Assistant Attending 
Otorhinolaryngologist, New York Hospital. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1972, Cathedral 
College of The Immaculate Conception; M.D. 
1981, Cornell University Medical College. 

Ward, Robert Jude. Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1974, Fairfield University; M.D. 
1978, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Warrell, Raymond Paul, Jr. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1971, Emory University; M.D. 1975, Medical 
College of Georgia. 

Warren, Russell F. Professor of Surgery 

(Orthopedics). Associate Attending Surgeon 
(Orthopedic Surgery), Hospital for Special 
Surgery. Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), 
New York Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1962, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1966, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Warshauer, Mary Ellen. Associate Epidemologist in 
Public Health. B.A. 1961, State University of New 
York at Binghamton; M.A. 1962, University of 
Michigan. 

Warshawsky, Robin Jo. Assistant Professor of 

Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1979, Washington 
University; M.D. 1983, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Wasserman, Marvin. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1966, Temple University 
School of Medicine. 

Watson, Robin Caird. Professor of Radiology. 
Attending Roentgenologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Attending Radiologist, 
New York Hospital. M B. B.S. 1955, St. Thomas' 
Hospital Medical School (United Kingdom). 

Waxier, Jack S. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1963, City College, City University 



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of New York; M.D. 1967, State University of New 
York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Weber, John Charles. Associate Professor of Cell 
Biology and Anatomy. B.A. 1961, Colgate 
University; D.D.S. 1965, Columbia University. 

Wechsler, Michael H. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. B.S. 1961, Trinity College; M.D. 1965, 
St. Louis University School of Medicine. 

Wecksell, Alan. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1961, Upsala College; 
M.D. 1965, New York Medical College. 

Weg, Arnold Leon. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1978, New York University; M.D. 1982, New 
York University School of Medicine. 

Weibman, Mark David. Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1971, State University of 
New York at Stony Brook; M.D. 1975, State 
University of New York at Stony Brook Health 
Science Center. 

Weiden, Peter Joseph. Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1977, Swarthmore College; 
M.D. 1 981 , State University of New York at Stony 
Brook Health Science Center. 

Weiman, Clinton George. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1949, Princeton University; 
M.D. 1949, Cornell University Medical College. 

Wein, Steven Jay. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1974, Yale University; M.D 
1978, New York University School of Medicine. 

Weinberg, Hazel J. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1953, Vassar College; M.D. 
1968, Hahnemann Medical College. 

Weinblatt, Mark E. Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B E. 1973, City College, City University 
of New York; M.D. 1976, Albert Einstein College 
of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Weindorf, Stanley. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Associate Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1971, Bucknell 
University; M.D. 1977, University of Zurich 
(Switzerland). 

Weiner, Alan S. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1966, City 
College, City University of New York; M.S. 1970, 
Syracuse University; Ph.D. 1970, Syracuse 
University. 

Weiner, Robert Steven. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1975, University of 
Rochester; M.D. 1979, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Weinerman, Stuart A. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Professor of Medicine in 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 



Hospital. B.A. 1980, Yeshiva University; M.D. 
1984, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Weingarten, Karen Lee. Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, New 
York Hospital. Assistant Attending 
Roentgenologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1975, Queens College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1979, Mount Sinai 
School of Medicine. 

Weingram, Judith. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1959, Barnard College; M.D. 
1963, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Weinstein, Alan Mark. Associate Professor of 

Physiology and Biophysics. Associate Professor 
of Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1971, Princeton University; 
M.D. 1975, Harvard Medical School. 

Weinstein. Benedict X. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Honorary Staff, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.S. 1932, New York University; M.D. 
1936, Tulane University School of Medicine. 

Weinstein, Carol W. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.S. 1980, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1984, State University of 
New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. 

Weinstein, David B. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics 
and Gynecology. Assistant Attending Obstetrician 
and Gynecologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1963, 
Yale University; M.D. 1969, Chicago Medical 
School. 

Weinstein, Luise L. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1978, University of Rochester; M.D. 1983, 
University of Rochester School of Medicine and 
Dentistry. 

Weinstock, David J. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1978, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1980, New York 
Medical College. 

Weinstock, Gary Alan. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1975, Hofstra University; 
M.D. 1979, Albany Medical College. 

Weintrob, Alex. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1956, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1960, University of Pennsylvania School of 
Medicine. 

Weiselberg, Lora Rose. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1970, 
University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1975, New York 
Medical College. 

Weiser, David Joseph. Clinical Instructor in 

Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 
B.S. 1966, McGill University (Canada); M.D.C.M. 
1970, McGill University College of Medicine 
(Canada). 

Weisfogel, Esther. Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology. Senior Assistant Attending 
Obstetrician and Gynecologist, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1946. Hunter College, 



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City University of New York; M.D. 1950, New York 
University School of Medicine. 
Weisner, Wayne M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry Attending Psychiatrist, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1948, New York Medical 
College. 

Weiss, Carol Juliet. Instructor in Psychiatry. Clinical 
Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1977, Wesleyan 
University; M.D 1983, Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine. 

Weiss, Howard Schoen. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1952, Wagner College; 
M.D. 1956, New York University School of 
Medicine. 

Weiss, Jona Diana. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1982, Cornell University; M.D. 
1986, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Weiss, Jonathan H. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1957, 
Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
Ph.D. 1961, University of Rochester. 

Weiss, Jules Harold. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1954, City 
College, City University of New York; M.D. 1959, 
University of Geneva (Switzerland). 

Weiss, Jutta. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychology in Psychiatry. Assistant Attending 
Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1963, 
Colorado Women's College; M A. 1965, Wayne 
State University; Ph.D. 1969, University of 
Denver. 

Weiss, Richard William. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1966, Cornell University; M.D. 
1971, George Washington University School of 
Medicine. 

Weiss, Rita. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, North Shore University 
Hospital. B.A. 1964, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.S. 1968, New York 
University; M.D. 1977, University of Monterrey 
(Mexico); Ph.D. 1983, New York University. 

Weiss, Robert Alan. Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. Adjunct 
Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.S. 1977, University of 
Wisconsin, Madison; M.D. 1982, Chicago Medical 
School. 

Weiss, William. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1966, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1970, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Weiss-Harrison, Adrienne. Clinical Instructor in 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1976, Cornell University; M.D. 
1979, Cornell University Medical College. 

Weissman, Gary S. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 



University Hospital. B.S. 1973, Syracuse 
University; M.D. 1976, New York Medical College. 

Weissman, Harold H. Clinical Instructor in 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1970, 
Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
M.D. 1974, New York Medical College. 

Weitzman, Irene. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Microbiology in Medicine. Adjunct Associate 
Professor of Pathology. B.S. 1955, Brooklyn 
College, City University of New York; M A. 1961, 
Columbia University; Ph.D. 1963, Columbia 
University. 

Weitzner, Daniel. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1949, Fordham University; 
M.D. 1957, University of Leiden (Netherlands). 

Weksler, Babette Barbash. Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1958, Swarthmore College; M.D. 1963, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Weksler, Marc Edward. Irving Sherwood Wright 
Professor of Geriatrics. Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. Adjunct 
Attending Staff, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. B.A. 1958, Swarthmore College; M.D. 
1962, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Welles, Mark B. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1971, City College of 
New York, City University of New York; M.D. 
1978, University of Graz School of Medicine 
(Austria). 

Wellner, Daniel. Associate Professor of Biochemistry. 
A.B. 1956, Harvard University; Ph.D. 1961, Tufts 
University. 

Wells, Aaron O. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1943, Virginia Union 
University; M.D. 1946, Howard University College 
of Medicine. 

Welner, Renee. Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate. New York Hospital. B.A. 1974, 
Barnard College; M.D. 1981, Mount Sinai School 
of Medicine. 

Welt, Sydney. Assistant Professor Of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1973, Columbia 
University; M.D. 1977, New York University 
School of Medicine. 

Werkmeister, Janet M. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1972, Fordham University; M.D. 
1980, Cornell University Medical College. 

Wertheim, J. Marvin. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1951, Chicago Medical 
School. 

Wertheim, Wayne Howard. Clinical Instructor in 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1973, Hofstra 
University; M.D. 1977, Universidad Autonoma de 
Guadalajara (Mexico). 

Westcott, Jack L. Adjunct Professor of Clinical 

Radiology. B.A. 1954, Syracuse University; M.D. 



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1958, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Syracuse. 

Westin, Steffan N. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, North Shore University Hospital. 
M.B. 1961, Karolinska Institute (Sweden); M.D. 
1968, Karolinska Institute (Sweden). 

Whalen, Giles Francis. Assistant Professor of 

Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1976, Harvard University; M.D. 
1980, Duke University School of Medicine. 

Whalen, Joseph P. Professor of Radiology 
(chairman). Radiologist-in-Chief, New York 
Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. Consultant, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1955, Fordham 
University; M.D. 1959, State University of New 
York Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Whelan, Kathryn A. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Senior Assistant Attending Physician, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1962, C.W. 
Post College; M.D. 1966, University of Medicine 
and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

White, A. Burton. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Associate Attending Surgeon, 
North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1945, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1949, Hahnemann 
Medical College. 

White, Dorothy Ann. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1964, College of 
Mount St. Vincent; M.S. 1966, University of 
Virginia; M.D. 1977, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

White, Perrin C. Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. A.B. 1972, 
Harvard University; M.D. 1976, Harvard Medical 
School. 

Whitman, Hendricks H., III. Clinical Assistant 

Professor of Medicine. Clinical Affiliate, New York 
Hospital. A.B. 1971, Harvard University; M.D. 
1975, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. 

Whitmore, Wayne Graham. Clinical Assistant 

Professor of Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. Consultant, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 
1974, Dartmouth College; M.D. 1977, Dartmouth 
Medical School. 

Whitmore, Willet Francis, Jr. Professor of Surgery 
(Urology). Attending Surgeon, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. Attending Surgeon 
(Urology), New York Hospital. B.S. 1938, Rutgers 
State University; M.D. 1942, Cornell University 
Medical College. 

Whitsell, John C, II. Clinical Professor of Surgery. 
Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. B.A. 1950, 
Grinnell College; M.D. 1954, Washington 
University Medical Center. 

Wickiewicz, Thomas Leonard. Assistant Professor of 
Surgery. Assistant Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic 
Surgery), Hospital for Special Surgery. Assistant 
Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic Surgery), New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1972, St. Peter s College; 
M.D. 1976, University of Medicine and Dentistry of 
N. J„ N. J. Medical School. 



Wieche, Robert Edward. Clinical Associate Professor 
of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Associate 
Attending Obstetrician and Gynecologist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1948, Miami University; M.D. 
1952, Cornell University Medical College. 

Wiedman, Melvin L. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1953, University of 
Vermont; M.D. 1958, University of Vermont 
College of Medicine. 

Wiener, Donna Esther. Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1977, Barnard College; M.D. 
1981, New York University School of Medicine. 

Wilcox, Lloyd M., Jr. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Ophthalmology. B.A. 1963, Brown University; 
M.D. 1967, Tufts University School of Medicine. 

Wilkes, Barry M. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. A.B. 1970, New York 
University; M.D. 1974, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Wilkinson, Carol W. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 

Public Health. B.A. 1969, Harvard University; 

M.S.P.H. 1974, Columbia University; M.D. 1977, 

Cornell University Medical College. 
Willensky, Philip. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. B.A. 

1950, Tulane University; M.D. 1957, University of 

Amsterdam (Netherlands). 
Williams, John Joseph. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Surgery (Urology). Attending Surgeon (Urology), 

New York Hospital. B.S. 1962, St. Peter's College; 

M.D. 1966, Georgetown University School of 

Medicine. 

Wilner, Daniel. Visiting Clinical Professor of 

Radiology. B.S. 1933, Villanova University; M.D. 
1937, Jefferson Medical College. 

Wilner, Martin Theodore. Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1981, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1985, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Wilner, Philip Jonathan. Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Psychiatrist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1979, 
Columbia College; M.D. 1983, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Wilson, Barbara C. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Neuropsychology in Neurology. B.A. 1948, 
Brooklyn College, City University of New York; 
Ph.D. 1964, New York University. 

Wilson, Peter G. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. A.B. 1953, 
Columbia University; M.D. 1957, Columbia 
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Wilson, Philip Duncan, Jr. Professor of Surgery 
(Orthopedics). Surgeon-in-Chief, Hospital for 
Special Surgery. Attending Surgeon, New York 
Hospital. Consultant, North Shore University 
Hospital. Consultant, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. M.D. 1944, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Winawer, Sidney J. Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. B.A. 1952, New York University; 



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M.D. 1956, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Winchester, Patricia H. Professor of Clinical 
Radiology. Professor of Clinical Radiology in 
Pediatrics. Attending Radiologist, New York 
Hospital. Associate Attending Roentgenologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center 
Attending Radiologist in Pediatrics, New York 
Hospital. Associate Attending Pediatrician, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 
1955, Duke University; M.D. 1959, Duke 
University School of Medicine. 

Windhager, Erich Ernst. Maxwell M. Upson Professor 
of Physiology and Biophysics (chairman). M.D. 
1954, University of Vienna (Austria). 

Windsor, Russell Edward. Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Orthopedics). Assistant Attending 
Orthopedic Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery. 
Assistant Attending Surgeon (Orthopedic 
Surgery), New York Hospital. B.S. 1974, 
Georgetown University; M.D. 1978, Georgetown 
University School of Medicine. 

Winestine, Muriel Chaves. Clinical Associate 

Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate 
Attending Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1942, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; M.S. 1943, Columbia University; Ph.D. 
1964, New York University. 

Winkelstein, Charles. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1947, Cornell University; M.D. 
1951, New York University School of Medicine. 

Winston, A. Lee. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1949, Syracuse University; 
M.D. 1952, State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Syracuse. 

Winther, Lynn C. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1969, Mount Holyoke College; 
M.D. 1973, Columbia University College of 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Wise, Arthur J. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
Associate Attending Surgeon, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1965, Hahnemann 
Medical College. 

Wise, Gilbert Jay. Adjunct Clinical Professor of 
Surgery (Urology). Assistant Attending Surgeon, 
New York Hospital. A.B. 1953, Johns Hopkins 
University; M.D. 1957, Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine. 

Witkin, Mildred Hope. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychology in Psychiatry. A.B. 1940, Hunter 
College, City University of New York; M.A. 1968, 
Columbia University; Ph.D. 1973, New York 
University. 

Witkin, Steven S. Associate Professor of Immunology 
in Obstetrics and Gynecology. A.B. 1965, Hunter 
College, City University of New York; M.S. 1967, 
University of Connecticut; Ph.D. 1970, University 
of California, Los Angeles. 

Wittmer, James F. Clinical Professor of Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. M.D. 1957, 
Washington University Medical Center. 

Wojtasek, David A. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York 



Hospital. B.A. 1979, Johns Hopkins University; 
M.D. 1982, Johns Hopkins University School of 
Medicine. 

Wolf, Carl F. W. Professor of Clinical Pathology. 
Attending Pathologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1953, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 
M.S. 1954, Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology; M.D. 1968, Hahnemann Medical 
College. 

Wolf, David Jay. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1969, Hunter College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1973, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Wolfe, Harvey I. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Senior Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician, North Shore University Hospital. B.A. 
1952, University of Pennsylvania; M.D. 1956, 
State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Syracuse. 

Wolff, Edward. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.S. 1962, Muhlenberg 
College; M.D. 1966. Georgetown University 
School of Medicine. 

Wolfin, Nancy Sue. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1976, Emory University; 
M.D. 1980, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of 
Yeshiva University. 

Wolfson, Edward A. Adjunct Professor of Public 
Health. A.B. 1948, Cornell University; M.S. 1949, 
Cornell University; M.D. 1953, Cornell University 
Medical College; M.P.H. 1971, Columbia 
University. 

Wolk, Michael Jay. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. A.B. 1960, Colgate University; M.D. 
1964, Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. 

Wollner-Sternberg, Norma. Professor of Pediatrics. 
Attending Pediatrician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. M.D. 1955, University of Sao 
Paulo (Brazil). 

Woodruff, James Marsh. Associate Professor of 

Pathology. Attending Pathologist, Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. B.A. 1958, University of 
Massachusetts; M.D. 1963, Temple University 
School of Medicine. 

Woods, Kenneth Ray. Adjunct Associate Professor of 
Biochemistry. B.A. 1948. Arizona State University; 
Ph.D. 1955, University of Minnesota. 

Wosnitzer, Morey. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Courtesy). Associate Attending Surgeon 
(Urology), New York Hospital. B.S. 1951, Rutgers 
State University; M.S. 1952, Rutgers State 
University; M.D. 1956, Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Wright, Charles Duncan. Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1972, 
Swarthmore College; M.D. 1982, Yale University 
School of Medicine. 

Wright, Irving Sherwood. Clinical Professor Emeritus 
of Medicine. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. 



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A. B. 1923, Cornell University; M.D. 1926, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Wright, Timothy Michael. Associate Professor of 
Applied Biomechanics in Surgery. Associate 
Scientist, Hospital for Special Surgery. B.A. 1971, 
Lehigh University; M.S. 1972, Stanford University; 
Ph.D. 1976, Stanford University. 

Wu, Kuo C. Assistant Professor of Neuroscience. B.S. 
1966, Chung-Hsing University (China); M.S. 1971, 
St. Joseph's College; Ph.D. 1981, State University 
of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Wulfson, Howard David. Clinical Assistant Professor 
of Anesthesiology. Assistant Attending 
Anesthesiologist, North Shore University Hospital. 

B. S. 1966, City College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1970, State University of New York 
Health Science Center at Syracuse. 

Yablonski, Michael E. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Ophthalmology. Associate Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.S. 1965, 
University of Minnesota; M.D. 1967, University of 
Minnesota Medical School; Ph.D. 1973, University 
of Minnesota. 

Yagoda, Alan. Professor of Clinical Surgery (Urology). 
Professor of Clinical Medicine. B.A. 1956, 
University of Vermont; M.D. 1963, University of 
Vermont College of Medicine. 

Yahalom, Joachim. Assistant Professor of Radiation 
Oncology in Medicine. Assistant Attending 
Radiation Oncologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. M.D. 1976. Hebrew University 
Hadassah Medical School (Israel). 

Yankelevitz, David. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1977, Brooklyn College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1981, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Yao, Fun-Sun Frank. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Anesthesiology. Attending Anesthesiologist, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1968, National Taiwan 
University. 

Yeger-Arbitman, Raisa. Clinical Instructor in 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. M.D. 1967, Tomsk Medical School 
(U.S.S.R.). 

Yeh, Samuel D. J. Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Attending Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. M.D. 1948, National Defense 
Medical Center, Shanghai (China); Sc.D. 1960, 
Johns Hopkins University. 

Yeomans, Frank Elton. Assistant Professor of 

Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1971, Harvard University; 
Ph.D. 1979, Yale University; M.D. 1981. Yale 
University School of Medicine. 

Yi, Peter llchin. Instructor in Medicine. Assistant 
Attending Physician, New York Hospital. B.S. 
1980, State University of New York at Stony 
Brook; M.D. 1984, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Yimoyines, Dean John. Clinical Instructor in 
Ophthalmology. Assistant Attending 
Ophthalmologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 1969, 
Syracuse University; M.D. 1974, George 
Washington University School of Medicine. 



Yogaratnam, Jayaraja. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. 
M.B.B.S. 1948, University of Sri Lanka, Colombo. 

Yormak, Stanley S. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. B.A. 1954, 
City College, City University of New York; M.D. 
1959, University of Rochester School of Medicine 
and Dentistry. 

Youner, Craig Jay. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Radiologist, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1969, Union 
College; M.D. 1973, Albany Medical College. 

Young, Charles W. Professor of Medicine. Attending 
Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 
Center. A.B. 1952, Columbia University; M.D. 
1956, Harvard Medical School. 

Young, Diane C. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Assistant Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. A.B. 1977, Harvard University; 
M.D. 1981, Harvard Medical School. 

Young, James W. Instructor in Medicine. Clinical 
Assistant Physician, Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Center. Assistant Attending Physician, 
New York Hospital. B.S. 1975, Duke University; 
M.D. 1979, Vanderbilt University School of 
Medicine. 

Young, Robert C. Associate Professor of Clinical 

Psychiatry. Associate Attending Psychiatrist, New 

York Hospital. B.A. 1969, Williams College; M.D. 

1974, Cornell University Medical College. 
Yurt, Roger William. Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Associate Attending Surgeon, New York Hospital. 

B.S. 1967, Loyola University of New Orleans; 

M.D. 1972, University of Miami School of 

Medicine. 

Zaager, Andrew R. Clinical Instructor in Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. B.A. 1978, Queens College, 
City University of New York; M.D. 1982, State 
University of New York Health Science Center at 
Brooklyn. 

Zackson, David A. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1953, Queens College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1957, New York 
University School of Medicine. 

Zakim, David. Vincent Astor Distinguished Professor 
of Medicine. Attending Physician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1956, Cornell University; M.D. 
1961 , State University of New York Health 
Science Center at Brooklyn. 

Zaman, Muhammad B. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Pathology. Associate Attending Pathologist, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
M.B.B.S. 1969, King Edward Medical College 
(Pakistan). 

Zang, Edith A. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Biostatistics in Public Health. B.A. 1972, Hofstra 
University; M.A. 1974, State University of New 
York at Stony Brook; Ph.D. 1979, State University 
of New York at Stony Brook. 

Zanzi, Italo. Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Associate Attending Physician, North Shore 
University Hospital. M.D. 1957, University of Chile 
Medical School (Chile). 

Zanzonico, Pat B. Associate Professor of Physics in 
Radiology. Assistant Attending Physicist, New 



212 Faculty of the Medical College 



York Hospital. Associate Attending Physicist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1977, Cooper Union; Ph.D. 
1982, Cornell University. 

Zatz, Kenneth Howard. Clinical Instructor in 

Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1981, Yale University; M.D. 
1985, Cornell University Medical College. 

Zayas, Victor M. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Anesthesiology. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Pediatrics. Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist, 
Hospital for Special Surgery. Assistant Attending 
Pediatrician. New York Hospital. B.S. 1974, 
Stevens Institute of Technology; M.D. 1979, 
University of Medicine and Dentistry of N. J., N. J. 
Medical School. 

Zelko, Russell R. Adjunct Assistant Professor of 
Surgery (Orthopedics). A.B. 1962, Cornell 
University; M.D. 1967, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Zema, Michael J. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.S. 1970, Fordham 
University; M.D. 1974, Cornell University Medical 
College. 

Zerah, Michele M. Instructor in Pediatrics. Assistant 
Attending Pediatrician, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1973. Lycee Helene Boucher (France): M.D. 
1981, University of Paris (France). 

Ziegler. Paul Lewis. Clinical Instructor in Surgery 
(Courtesy). Assistant Attending Surgeon, New 
York Hospital. B.A. 1963, New York University; 
M.D. 1970, New York Medical College. 

Zigelman, David. Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Assistant Attending Pediatrician, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1969, Yeshiva University; M.D. 
1973, Cornell University Medical College. 

Zimbard, Alan T. Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology. 
B.S. 1969, City College, City University of New 
York; M.D. 1974, University of Medicine and 
Dentistry of N. J., N. J. Medical School. 

Zimiles, M. Robert. Clinical Assistant Professor of 
Psychiatry. Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1959, City College, City 
University of New York; M.D. 1963, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. 

Zimmerman, Muriel Cecile. Clinical Associate 

Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry. Associate 
Attending Psychologist, New York Hospital. B.A. 
1941, Brooklyn College, City University of New 
York; Ph.D. 1944, New School for Social 
Research. 



Zimmerman, Robert David Associate Professor of 
Clinical Radiology. Associate Attending 
Radiologist, New York Hospital. Assistant 
Attending Roentgenologist. Memorial Sloan- 
Kettering Cancer Center. M.D. 1972, Albert 
Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva 
University. 

Zirin, Heddy Joy. Clinical Assistant Professor of 

Pediatrics Associate Attending Pediatrician, North 
Shore University Hospital. B.A. 1969, Smith 
College; M.D. 1975, Georgetown University 
School of Medicine. 

Zinnsky, Kenneth. Assistant Professor of Radiology. 
Assistant Attending Radiologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1974, New York University; M.D. 
1978, New York University School of Medicine. 

Zitzmann, Eric Kurt. Clinical Instructor of Surgery in 
Psychiatry. Clinical Affiliate, New York Hospital. 

A. B. 1957, Cornell University; M.D. 1961, Cornell 
University Medical College. 

Zizmor, Judah. Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus 
of Radiology. Honorary Staff, New York Hospital. 

B. A. 1932, University of Wisconsin; M.D. 1934, 
University of Wisconsin Medical School. 

Zola. Benjamin Elia. Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Assistant Attending Physician, New York Hospital. 
B.A. 1977, Harvard University; M.D. 1981, Johns 
Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

Zukowsky, Michael Moses. Assistant Professor of 
Medicine. Assistant Attending Physician. New 
York Hospital. B.S. 1971, Fairleigh Dickinson 
University; M.D. 1977, University of Rome (Italy). 

Zullo, Michael Albert. Associate Professor of Clinical 
Medicine. Associate Attending Physician, New 
York Hospital. Adjunct Attending Staff, Memorial 
Sloan -Kettering Cancer Center. B.S. 1971, City 
College. City University of New York; M.D. 1975. 
State University of New York Health Science 
Center at Brooklyn. 

Zweifach, Philip H. Clinical Professor of 

Ophthalmology. Clinical Associate Professor of 
Ophthalmology in Neurology. Attending 
Ophthalmologist. New York Hospital. Consultant, 
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. 
Associate Attending Neurologist, New York 
Hospital. B.A. 1957, City College, City University 
of New York; M.D. 1961, Cornell University 
Medical College. 



Residency Match Day. March 22. 1989 



Residency Appointments 
Class of 1989 



Caroline Amadeo, General Surgery; Emory University 
School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia 

Robert Shahram Bahadori, Otolaryngology; 
Washington University Program, St. Louis, 
Missouri 

Leonard Bakalchuk, Transitional; St. Vincent's 

Hospital, New York, New York 
David Adam Berkman, Internal Medicine; The New 

York Hospital, New York, New York 
Michael Jerome Bernardo, Family Practice; University 

of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia 
William Ross Bernstein, Pediatrics; North Shore 

University Hospital, Manhasset, New York 
Andrew Blum, Preliminary Medicine; Brigham and 

Women's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts: 

Neurology; Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 

Maryland 

Karen Rose Brandt, Pediatrics; Presbyterian Hospital, 

New York, New York 
John Thomas Braun, Preliminary Surgery; The New 

York Hospital, New York, New York: Orthopedic 

Surgery; Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, 

New York 

Jacqueline Wendy Brooks, Preliminary Medicine; 

Greenwich Hospital, Greenwich, Connecticut: 

Ophthalmology; The New York Hospital, New 

York, New York 
Mark Anthony Brown, Family Practice; Highland 

Hospital, Rochester, New York 
Robert Don Campagna, Internal Medicine; The New 

York Hospital, New York, New York 
Roger Vincent Cappucci, Internal Medicine; The New 

York Hospital, New York, New York 
Joaquin Emeterio Cigarroa, Internal Medicine; 

Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, 

Massachusetts 
Bruce Edward Clurman, Internal Medicine; Brigham 

and Women's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts 
Maureen Therese Connelly, Internal Medicine; The 

New York Hospital, New York, New York 
David Cooper, Preliminary Surgery; SUNY Upstate 

Medical Center, Syracuse, New York: 

Neurosurgery; SUNY-Health Science Center, 

Syracuse, New York 
Asha Das, Internal Medicine; The New York Hospital, 

New York, New York 
Peter Samuel Dayan, Pediatrics; Children's Hospital, 

Washington, D.C. 
Richard D. Demopoulos, General Surgery; 

Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York 
Abhijit Vinod Deshmukh, Preliminary Surgery; 

Jacksonville Health Education Program, 

Jacksonville, Florida 



Roderick Emerson Duhaney, Preliminary Surgery; 

Montefiore/Einstein, New York, New York: 

Urology; Albert Einstein College of Medicine/ 

Montefiore, New York, New York 
Julia Eilenberg, Transitional; St. Vincent's Hospital, 

New York, New York: Psychiatry; Presbyterian 

Hospital, New York, New York 
Jane Ingrid Epstein, Psychiatry; The New York 

Hospital, New York, New York 
Phillip G. Fairweather, Transitional; St. Vincent's 

Hospital, New York, New York: Emergency 

Medicine; Einstein/Bronx Municipal, New York, 

New York 

Abigail Falk, Pediatrics; University of California, Irvine, 
California 

Mollie A. Fitzgerald, Psychiatry; The Mount Sinai 
Hospital, New York, New York 

Charles Wesley Flowers, Preminary Surgery; Martin 
Luther King, Jr. /Drew Medical Center, Los 
Angeles, California: Ophthalmology; Martin Luther 
King, Jr. /Drew Medical Center, Los Angeles, 
California 

Hagar Foa, Internal Medicine; Montefiore Hospital 

Center, New York, New York 
Patricia C. George-Siegel, Internal Medicine; St. 

Luke's Hospital Division, New York, New York 
Leonard Nick Girardi, Jr., General Surgery; The New 

York Hospital, New York, New York 
David Adam Gold, Preliminary Surgery; St. Luke's- 

Roosevelt, New York, New York: Orthopedic 

Surgery; St. Luke's Hospital Division, New York, 

New York 

Ruth L. Graver, Preliminary Medicine; Mt. Auburn 

Hospital, Cambridge, Massachusetts: Psychiatry; 

Cambridge Hospital, Cambridge, Massachusetts 
Michael Case Groner, Psychiatry; Yale-New Haven 

Hospital, New Haven, Connecticut 
Daniel Carter Henshaw, Transitional; University of 

Hawaii Integrated Transitional Residency, 

Honolulu, Hawaii: Radiology; Beth Israel Hospital, 

Boston, Massachusetts 
John Anthony Hinck, Psychiatry; Dartmouth-Hitchcock 

Medical Center, Hanover, New Hampshire 
Carol Rose Horowitz, Primary Care; Bronx Municipal 

Hospital, New York, New York 
Richard Scott Jennis, Preliminary Medicine; The 

Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, New York: 

Radiology; The New York Hospital, New York, 

New York 

Michael Harvey Kane, Preliminary Surgery; The 
Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, New York: 
Urology; The Mount Sinai Medical Center, New 
York, New York 



Residency Appointments 215 



Robert Chaprack Kapel, Internal Medicine; The Mount 

Sinai Hospital, New York, New York 
Michael David Kaplan, Transitional; St. Vincent's 

Hospital, New York, New York: Psychiatry; 

Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York 
Diane Paula Karalekas, Transitional; St. Vincent's 

Hospital, New York, New York: Ophthalmology; 

Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois 
Steven Lawrence Katz, Obstetrics and Gynecology: 

University of California, San Francisco, California 
Milan Kinkhabwala, General Surgery; The New York 

Hospital, New York, New York 
Lisa Klein, Preliminary Medicine; The New York 

Hospital, New York, New York: Radiology; 

Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
Beatrice Knudsen, Internal Medicine; The New York 

Hospital, New York, New York 
Glenn Scott Kroog, Internal Medicine; The New York 

Hospital, New York, New York 
Ruth Leah Kugelmass, Pediatrics; Presbyterian 

Hospital, New York, New York 
Kurt Vincent Lange, Physical Medicine and 

Rehabilitation; McGaw Medical Center- 
Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois 
Carolyn Ann Langelier, Primary Care; New York 

University Medical Center, New York, New York 
Serle Kevin Levin, Pediatrics; North Shore University 

Hospital, Manhasset, New York: Anesthesiology; 

The New York Hospital, New York, New York 
Eric Albert Lifshitz, Psychiatry; UCLA 

Neuropsychiatric Institute, Los Angeles, California 
Gregory Anthony Liguori, Preliminary Medicine; The 

New York Hospital, New York, New York: 

Anesthesiology; Brigham and Women's Hospital, 

Boston, Massachusetts 
Michael Anthony McDevitt, Internal Medicine; Johns 

Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 
Shah Rochelle Midoneck, Internal Medicine; The New 

York Hospital, New York, New York 
Edward Louis Milano, Preliminary Medicine; Winthrop- 

University Hospital, Mineola, New York: 

Radiology; The New York Hospital, New York, 

New York 

Minsen Mok, Internal Medicine; Barnes Hospital, St. 

Louis, Missouri 
David Harrop Montgomery, Internal Medicine; The 

New York Hospital, New York, New York 
Richard Davis Najac, Preliminary Medicine; Danbury 

Hospital, Danbury, Connecticut: Ophthalmology; 

New York Eye & Ear Infirmary, New York, New 

York 

Antonia Silva New, Preliminary Medicine; The New 
York Hospital, New York, New York: Psychiatry; 
McLean Hospital, Belmont, Massachusetts 

Lenora Mendoza Noroski, Pediatrics; The New York 
Hospital, New York, New York 

Gerald James Ortiz, Orthopedic Surgery; LA County- 
USC Medical Center, Los Angeles, California 

Oscar A. Palomo, Emergency Medicine; Harbor- 
UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles, California 

Kathleen Susan Perrego, Preliminary Medicine; 
Englewood Hospital, Englewood. New Jersey: 
Psychiatry; The Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, 
New York 

Patricia Christine Pollio, Obstetrics and Gynecology; 
The New York Hospital, New York, New York 



David Ramos, Internal Medicine; New York University 

Medical Center, New York, New York 
Wilma Resto, Internal Medicine; North Shore 

University Hospital, Manhasset, New York 
Carol Ann Riccardi, Internal Medicine; The Mount 

Sinai Hospital, New York, New York 
James Kirkland Roberts, Internal Medicine; 

Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York 
Scott Alan Rodeo, Preliminary Surgery; The New York 

Hospital, New York, New York: Orthopedic 

Surgery; Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, 

New York 

John David Rossi, Jr., General Surgery; North 

Carolina Memorial, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 
Susan Rothman, Pediatrics; New England Medical 

Center, Boston, Massachusetts 
Ignacio Rua, Jr., General Surgery; Strong Memorial 

Hospital, Rochester, New York 
David W. Russell, Internal Medicine; New England 

Deaconess, Boston, Massachusetts 
Allan Richard Rutzen, Preliminary Medicine; Mt. 

Auburn Hospital, Cambridge, Massachusetts: 

Ophthalmology; Tufts-New England Medical 

Center, Boston, Massachusetts 
Renee Maria Sammaritano, Pediatrics; Children's 

Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
Linda Rose Sanderson, Internal Medicine; Brigham 

and Women's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts 
Susan Soletsky, Preliminary Medicine; Winthrop- 

University Hospital, Mineola, New York: 

Anesthesiology; The Mount Sinai Hospital, New 

York, New York 
Sarah Alice Stackpole, Preliminary Surgery; Strong 

Memorial Hospital, Rochester, New York 
Lisa Joan States, Preliminary Medicine; Danbury 

Hospital, Danbury, Connecticut 
Daniel Howard Sterman, Internal Medicine; Hospital 

of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 

Pennsylvania 
Brian Kirk Stewart, Pathology; University of 

Washington Affiliated Hospitals, Seattle, 

Washington 

Wayne Allan Ury, Psychiatry; The New York Hospital, 

New York, New York 
Jesse Wagner, Internal Medicine; The New York 

Hospital, New York, New York 
Jeffrey Craig Webber, Internal Medicine; Vanderbilt 

University Hospital, Nashville, Tennessee 
David Seth Weinberg, Internal Medicine; Beth Israel 

Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts 
Howard Leslie Weiner, Preliminary Surgery; New York 

University Medical Center, New York, New York: 

Neurosurgery; New York University Medical 

Center, New York, New York 
Daniel Eric Weinstein, Preliminary Medicine; 

Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, 

Pennsylvania: Physical Medicine and 

Rehabilitation; Thomas Jefferson University 

Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
John Robert Williams, Jr., General Surgery; Barnes 

Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri 
Mary Meador Wright, Family Practice; Oregon Health 

Sciences University, Portland, Oregon 
Marlene Jacqueline Wust, Pediatrics; The New York 

Hospital, New York, New York 



REGISTER OF STUDENTS 



Fourth-Year Class 

Seth George Aidinoff, A.B. 1979, Harvard University; 

M B A. 1983, Harvard University 
Vincent Paul Ascrizzi, B.A. 1986, Cornell University 
Richard Henry Baker, B.A. 1986, Cornell University 
Joseph Bernstein, A.B. 1984, Columbia University; 

M.S. 1985, Harvard University 
Hilary Patricia Blumberg, B.A. 1986, Harvard 

University 

Jeffrey Blumenthal, B.A. 1985, Vassar College 
Dorthe Sophie Brandt, B.S. 1984, University of 
Richmond 

Daniel Braun, B.S. 1985, Xavier University 
Lisa Brown, B.S. 1987, Brown University 
Juliette S. Charles-Rawlins, B.S. 1986, Cornell 
University 

Harold Chin, B.S. 1976, State University of New York/ 

Stony Brook; M A. 1981, State University of New 

York/Buffalo 
Grace Ting Chow, B.A. 1986, Cornell University 
Amy Joanne Coene, B.S. 1986, Cornell University 
James Hyde Conway, B.S. 1986, Cornell University 
Michael L. Cooper, B.A. 1985, New York University 
Christopher David Corsico, B.A. 1984, Franklin and 

Marshall College 
Linda L. Cunningham, B.A. 1968, University of Texas; 

M.A. 1975, Rivier College 
Mark Patten Dacey, B.S. 1986, Boston College 
Wendell Calvin Danforth, B.A. 1986, Drake University 
Annette Delgado, B.S. 1986, University of Rochester 
Ronald Paul DeMatteo, B.A. 1986, Johns Hopkins 

University 

Chinnavuth DeMonteiro, B.S. 1986, University of 

California/Los Angeles 
Eric John Dieffenbach, B.S. 1986, Boston College 
Edward Doo, B.S. 1982, Cornell University 
Peter G. Ehrnstrom, B.A. 1986, University of Michigan 
Stephen P. Falatyn, B.S. 1984, Cornell University 
Steven A. Fern, B.S. 1986, Brown University 
Douglas William Fields, B.A. 1985, Hunter College 
Christopher G. Filippi, B.A. 1985, Johns Hopkins 

University 

Tobe M. Fisch, A.B. 1983, Princeton University; Ph.D. 

1988, The Rockefeller University 
Patricia Mary Fogarty, B.A. 1986, Amherst College 
Christine Lynn Frissora, B.A. 1985, Cornell University 
Barbara B. Galantowicz, B.S. 1983, University of 

Geneva 

Jeffrey Evan Gershenwald, B.S. 1984, Cornell 
University 

Kathreen Gimbrere, B.A. 1981, Harvard University 
Michael Andrew Gistrak, B.A. 1985, Brown University 
Seth Howard Glick, B.S. 1986, Stanford University 
Scott Lawrence Gottlieb, B.A. 1986, University of 

Pennsylvania 
Robert Erwin Helm, B.A. 1985, Colgate University 
Tammy Huang, B.A. 1986, Harvard University 



Daniel Bougere Jones, A.B. 1986, Cornell University 
Jane Melanie Kanowitz, B.A. 1986, City University of 

New York/Hunter College 
Sandip Kapur, B.S. 1982, Fordham University 
Susan A. Kessler, B.A. 1986, University of 

Pennsylvania 
Jeffrey Davis Klausner, B.A. 1986, Cornell University 
Anthony Nunzio LaBruna, B.A. 1986, New York 

University 

Kenald K. Lee, B.A. 1986, Johns Hopkins University 
SunYong Lee, B.A. 1980, Harvard University 
Lawrence R. Lind, B.A. 1985, Haverford College 
John C. L'lnsalata, B E. 1986, Manhattan College 
Neil Howard Merkatz, B.A. 1986, University of 

Pennsylvania 
Robert J. Min, B.S. 1986, Haverford College 
Sarah Adams Montgomery, B.A. 1986, Williams 

College 

Thomas Patrick Moran, B.S. 1986, Cornell University 
Steven Anthony Morris, B.S. 1986, Xavier University 

of Louisiana 
Gregory Allen Myers, B.S. 1986, University of 

Michigan 

Christophers. Nelson, B.A. 1977, M.A. 1979, 
University of Virginia; B.S. 1986, Columbia 
University 

Arlene Orenstein, B.A. 1984, Cornell University 
Andrew Peretz, B.A. 1986, Princeton University 
Joanna M. Preibisz, B.A. 1980, Bryn Mawr College 
Donald Lowell Price, B.S. 1985, Johns Hopkins 
University 

Daniel F. Rosberger, B.A. 1981, Cornell University 
Ricardo Tomas Rosenkranz, B.S. 1986, M.S. 1986, 

Stanford University 
Robin Demi Ross, B.A. 1985, Stanford University 
S. Robert Rozbruch, B.A. 1985, University of 

Pennsylvania 
Adam M. Rubinstein, B.S. 1986, University of Illinois 
Andrew Schiff, Sc.B. 1987, Brown University 
James H. Schluger, A.B. 1985, Cornell University 
Anna Ruth Schwartz, B.A. 1985, Harvard University 
Eric Keith Shepard, B.S. 1982, Rochester Institute of 

Technology 
Yong Taek Shin, B.A. 1986, Cornell University 
John Edward Skerry, A.B. 1985, Cornell University 
M. Joanne Stallmeyer, B.S. 1979, Northeastern 

University; Ph.D. 1985 Brandeis University 
Andrew Brian Stein, A.B. 1986, Dartmouth College 
Lewis Chesney Thompson, B.S. 1983, Yale University 
Alfonso Torres, B.A. 1986, Cornell University 
John Kevin Tucker, B.A. 1986, Birmingham Southern 

College 

Russell Frederick Turk, B.S. 1986, Boston College 
Patricio T. Villarreal, B.S. 1986, St. Mary's University 
Ouida Jo Vincent, B.A. 1985, Emory University 
Lorna Anne Wilkerson, B.A. 1980, New York 

University; M.S. 1982, Sarah Lawrence College 



Register of Students 217 



Celeste Elena Williams, B.A. 1986, Brown University 
Susan Carol Wolf, B.S. 1971, Heidelberg College; 

M.S. 1974, Ph.D 1978, Ohio State University 
David M. Wolfsohn, B.A. 1986, Brown University 
Robert J. Wood, B.A. 1982, University of California/ 

Berkeley 

Deirdre Marie Woods, B.A. 1984, College of the Holy 
Cross 

Third-Year Class 

Toni Renee Abrams, B.S. 1987, University of 
Rochester 

Louis Michael Adler, B.A. 1987, Princeton University 
Jon Walter Ahlstrom, B.A. 1986, Utah State University 
Kenneth Scott Backman, B.S. 1987, Yale University 
Gaetano Raymond Barile, B.S. 1987, Haverford 
College 

Jennifer Louise Becker, B.A. 1987, Cornell University 
Christopher Todd Behr, B.A. 1987, Cornell University 
Joan Rebecca Birnberg, B.A. 1986, Brown University 
Alicia A. Boellner, B.A. 1987, University of 

Pennsylvania 
Alain Charles Borczuk, B.A. 1987, Princeton 

University 

Randy Peter Bouligny, B.S. 1987, Xavier University 
Stephen Michael Bravo, B.A. 1987, Harvard 
University 

Jeffrey Evan Budoff, B.A. 1987, Harvard University 
David Lome Cannon, A.B. 1986, San Diego State 
University 

John Francis Carew, Jr., B.S. 1987, University of 

Notre Dame 
Mary Frances Chisholm, B.A. 1979, Fordham 

University; M.A. 1981, Fordham University 
Peggy Piyu Chou, B.A. 1987, Harvard University 
Chadwick W. Christine III, B.A. 1985, Cornell 

University 

Kevin Mark Cockroft, B.A. 1987, Johns Hopkins 
University 

Leslie Chase Collins, B.A. 1987, Dartmouth College 
Gary Paul Colon, B.A. 1986, University of California/ 
Berkeley 

Ryan Paul Crenshaw, B.S. 1987, University of 

California/Los Angeles 
Mary Haran Davis, B.S. 1987, Cornell University 
Byron Paul Demopoulos, B.A. 1987, Amherst College 
Adrienne Anna Denese, Ph.D. 1977, Eotvos Lorand 

University 

Carolyn Sharyn Eisen, B.S. 1987, Haverford College 
Cynthia Jean Frary, B.S. 1987, Boston College 
Nina Anne Freund, B.A. 1986, Williams College 
Cletus Roy Georges, B.S. 1987, Andrews University 
Cynthia Marie Gerardi, B.S. 1987, Haverford College 
Leslie Stephanie Go, B.A. 1987, Cornell University 
Stephen Dyogi Go, B.A. 1987, New York University 
Glenn David Goldman, B.A. 1987, Dartmouth College 
Michael Hillel Goldman, B.S. 1985, Cornell University 
Christine Inice Gould, B.S. 1987, Cornell University 
Robert Gross, B.A. 1986, Cornell University 
David Richard Gruen, B.A. 1987, Cornell University 
Sam Shouwen Huang, B.A. 1987, Cornell University 
Sohel Islam, B.A. 1987, New York University 
Anitha Jayakumar, B.A. 1987, Columbia University 
Deborah Mitsuko Kado, B.S. 1987, Bryn Mawr 
College 

Allen Kaisler-Meza, B.S.N. 1987, City University of 

New York/Hunter College 
Adam Stuart Kibel, B.A. 1987, Cornell University 
John S. Kim, B.A. 1983, University of Pennsylvania 



Roderick Kenneth King, B.S. 1987, Johns Hopkins 
University 

Paul George Kocheril, B.S. 1987, New York 
University 

Corrine Catherine Kolka, B.S. 1987, University of 

Wisconsin/Madison 
Joanne Krebushevski, B.S. 1987, Cornell University 
Daniel Laroche, B.A. 1987, New York University 
Sean David Lavine, B.S. 1986, University of 

California/Los Angeles 
Nathaniel Edward Lebowitz, B.A. 1986, Williams 

College 

Fred Suin Lee, B.S. 1987, Cornell University 
Gary Evan Lemack. B.A. 1987, Cornell University 
Abraham C.F. Leung, B.A. 1984, University of 

California/Berkeley 
Julio E. Lopez-Andujar, B.A. 1986, University of 

Southern California 
Christina Luedke, B.A. 1985, Washington University; 

Ph.D. 1988, The Rockefeller University 
Tobey John MacDonald, B.A. 1987, Cornell University 
Wendy Helaine Marx, B.A. 1987, Cornell University 
Katherine Jo Michels, B.A. 1987, Cornell University 
Mark Ian Miller, B.A. 1987, Brandeis University 
Nancy E. Miller, A.B. 1984, Barnard College 
Paul Salomon Mischel, B.A. 1984, University of 

Pennsylvania 

Harrison F. Mitchell, B.S. 1986, City University of New 

York/York College 
Virginia Lytle Moodey, B.A. 1987, Bowdoin College 
Marquis Jerue Nuby, B.S. 1985, Whitworth College 
Adam Ernst Paley, B.A. 1983, Yale University 
Carolyn Anne Paris, B.A. 1986, University of 

California/Santa Cruz 
Matthew R. Pease, B.A. 1985, University of California/ 

Berkeley 

Lisa Ann Piazza, B.A. 1985, Barnard College 
Scott Mitchell Press, B.S. 1987, Union College 
Bliss Inui Rand, B.A. 1973, Mount Holyoke College; 

M.A. 1977, New York University 
Victoria Elana Rand, B.A. 1987, Cornell University 
Stephen Paul Raps, B.A. 1987, City University of New 

York/Hunter College 
Brian Joseph Reagan, B.A. 1986, University of 

California/San Diego 
Kathleen Mary Restivo, B.S. 1973, City University of 

New York/York College; Ed.D. 1985 Teacher's 

College, Columbia University 
Philippine Johanna Ribbink, B.A. 1985, Barnard 

College 

Elizabeth M. Ross, B.S. 1987, Columbia University 
Alexander Knox Rowe, B.S. 1987, Cornell University 
Nicholas David Schiff, B.A. 1987, Stanford University 
llias Alexis Scotiniotis, B.A. 1987, University of 

Pennsylvania 
Alexander Duane Serra, B.A. 1987, Dartmouth 

College 

Bernard Alan Shuster, B.A. 1987, Brandeis University 
Jami Michelle Small, B.A. 1987, University of 

Pennsylvania 
Jeremy Sobel, B.A. 1987, Cornell University 
Jane Soohoo, B.A. 1981, Cornell University 
Catherine E. Staunton, B.S. 1984, Bates College 
Elizabeth Ann Stier, B.A. 1982, Brown University 
Stephen Bradley Tatter, B.S. 1982, University of 

Michigan; Ph.D. 1988, The Rockefeller University 
David Lawrence Tirschwell, B.A. 1985, Wesleyan 

University 



218 Register of Students 



William Craig Tomlinson, B.A. 1981 , Swarthmore 

College; M.A.1987, Yale University 
Robert Guy Uzzo, B.S. 1989, Union College 
Esteban Cesar Vietorisz, B.S. 1987, Cornell 

University 

Ajay Viswambharan, B.A. 1987, Rutgers University 
Debra Anne Viti, B.A. 1 981 , Indiana University 
Dieu-Thu T. Vo, B.A. 1986, Wellesley College; B.S. 

1986, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Priscilla Anne Winchester, B.S. 1987, Middlebury 

College 

Jacques Tomas YaDeau, B.A. 1983, Harvard 

University; Ph.D. 1988, The Rockefeller University 

David Joseph Yasgur, B.S. 1981, Cornell University; 
M.H. 1982, Cornell University 

Second-Year Class 

Ariel Anguiano, Jr., B.A. 1988, University of California/ 
San Diego 

Mary Elizabeth Badillo, B.S. 1988, Fordham 
University 

Francis Xavier Basile, B.A. 1980, Amherst College 
Jerry O. Batley, Jr., B.S. 1987, University of Tampa 
Lisa Rose Battat, B.S. 1987, Yale University 
David Scott Battleman, B.A. 1988, Johns Hopkins 
University 

Jennifer Beth Baum, B.S. 1988, Brown University 
Karin Elise Berger, B.S. 1988, Cornell University 
Richard Alan Bernstein, B.A. 1988, Cornell University 
Brijit M. Bertsche. B.A. 1987, Cornell University 
Joel Neelartey Blankson, B.A. 1988, City University of 

New York/Queens College 
Debra Lynne Braverman, B.S. 1988, Stevens Institute 

of Technology 
Jill Beth Bunzl, B.S. 1988, Cornell University 
Salvatore Joseph Cannizzo, B.A. 1988, Cornell 

University 

Gregg Louis Caporaso, B.A. 1988, Cornell University 
Sandy Chang, B.S. 1988, Yale University 
Yoshie Chiahui Changchien, B.A. 1988, Cornell 
University 

Hearn Jay Cho, B.A. 1988, Princeton University 
Sarah Anne Clarke, B.A. 1987, Cornell University 
Donna Elizabeth Coletti, B.S. 1982, State University 
' of New York/Stony Brook, M.S. 1986, Rutgers 

University/New Brunswick 
Debra Ann De Isdith, B.F.A. 1980, Pratt Institute 
Steven Edward Diaz, B.S. 1986, University of 

California/Davis 
Richard Alan Fiedotin, B.A. 1988, University of 

Pennsylvania 
Michael Wesley Fletcher, B.A. 1988, Johns Hopkins 

University 

Andrea Vernelle Fore, B.A. 1987, Bryn Mawr College 
Bradley Scott Foster, B.S. 1988, Cornell University 
Craig David Frances, B.A. 1988, Cornell University 
Erick S. French, B.A. 1983, New York University 
Walter Ernst Galicich, B.S. 1988, University of 
Rochester 

Cesar Orlando Garcia, B.S. 1986, Texas A&M 

University/Main Campus 
Ashima Garg, B.S. 1982, M.S. 1985. Ph.D. 1988, 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Abraham Glazer, B.A. 1988, Columbia University 
Rachel Susan Glick, B.A. 1987, University of 

Pennsylvania 
Evan R. Goldfischer, B.A. 1988, Tufts University 
Allyson Ann Gonzalez, B.A. 1984, Harvard University 



Brendan Miles Greer, B.A. 1977, Harvard University; 

M A. 1978, University of Toronto, M B A. 1980, 

University of Pennsylvania 
Michael M. Haile, B.A. 1984, Princeton University 
Sandra M. Hall, B.A. 1986, Harvard University 
Wendy Anne Harris, B.S. 1987, McGill University 
Calvin Constantine Higgins, B.S. 1988, City University 

of New York/Queens College 
Frank Stephen Hodi, B.A. 1988, Harvard University 
Orion Maurice Howard, B.A. 1988, Williams College 
Katharine Chiarae Hsu, B.S., M.S. 1987, Stanford 

University 

Nishat Parveen Hyderi, B.S. 1988, University of 

Illinois/Chicago 
Michelle Nadine Johnson, B.S. 1988, Haverford 

College 

Todd Sloan Koppel, B.S. 1988, Cornell University 
Stephen Michael Kutz, B.A. 1988, Cornell University 
Daniel Y. Lang, B.A. 1988, Cornell University 
Marc Hara Lawrence, B.S. 1987, Stanford University 
John Milton Letovsky, B.A. 1987, University of 

Colorado/Boulder 
David Scott Levine, B.A. 1988, Cornell University 
Ann-Marie Lewis, B.S. 1988, Brown University 
Robert Kevin Luntz, B.S. 1988, Union College 
Karen Joanne Lytle, B.A. 1987, Cornell University 
William Howard Maisel, B.S. 1988, Massachusetts 

Institute of Technology 
Geoffrey Todd Manley, B.S. 1988, University of 

Kentucky 

Steven Jeffrey McClane, B.A. 1988, Princeton 
University 

David Francis McDermott, B.A. 1988, Amherst 
College 

Matthew Owen McKeever, B.A. 1988, University of 
Virginia 

Nita Mukund Mehta, B.S. 1988, St. John's University 
Tobe Lynn Mellman, B.S. 1988, Cornell University 
Eileen Elizabeth Metzger, B.A. 1988, Johns Hopkins 
University 

Daniel Randolph Mishell, B.S. 1988, Stanford 
University 

John Franklin Moroney, B.A. 1987, Cornell University 
Pratik Mukherjee, B.A. 1988, Yale University 
Joshua Daniel Nosanchuk, B.A. 1988, Cornell 
University 

Laurence Thomas O'Connor, Jr., B.A. 1988, Harvard 
University 

Grace H. Pak, B.A. 1987, Cornell University 
Sarah Paul, B.A. 1984, Harvard University 
Douglas Matthew Petraco, B.S. 1988, Yale University 
Eric Andrew Pollack, B.A. 1987, Haverford College 
Arvind Prabhat, B.A. 1988, University of Pennsylvania 
Deborah Allyn Queen, B.A. 1988, Duke University 
Geoffrey Cornelius Quinn, B.A. 1977, University of 

California/Los Angeles; M.S. 1984, Columbia 

Graduate School of Journalism 
James Healey Reichheld, B.A. 1987, Williams College 
Deborah Jane Rhodes, B.A. 1986, Harvard University 
Erik Rene Rios, B.A. 1988, University of Pennsylvania 
Camilia Elnora Rivera, B.A. 1988, Washington 

University/St. Louis 
Scott Weston Rodi, B.A. 1987, Dartmouth College 
Daniel Adam Rowen, B.S. 1988, Stanford University 
Michael Benjamin Rubin, B.A. 1988, Haverford 

College 

Eric Daniel Salk, B.A. 1983, Vassar College 
Barbara Alexandra Sampson, B.A. 1988, Princeton 
University 



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Gail Craig Savarese, B.S. 1986, Yale University 
Jennifer Felice Schreiber, B.A. 1988. University of 

California/San Diego 
Aryan Shayegani, B.S. 1988, Cornell University 
Byron H. Simmons, B.S. 1987, Xavier University 
Ian Fredric Sklaver, B.S. 1988, Cornell University 
Miguel Angel Solis-Economos, B.S. 1986, University 

of Southern California 
Freya Spielberg, B.A. 1983, University of Virginia 
Aaron Spitz, B.A. 1988, Cornell University 
Jon W. Strieter A.B. 1985, Princeton University 
Perry Maganlal Sutaria, B.A. 1988. Cornell University 
Lisa Beth Szubin, B.S. 1988, Harvard University 
Vincent Peter Tamariz, B.A. 1987, Cornell University 
Thomas Anthony Ullman, B.A. 1987, Brown University 
Laura Irene Vaughan, B.A. 1988. Vanderbilt 

University 

Jo-Anne Vergilio, B.A. 1988, Cornell University 
Mark Allen Weiner, B.S. 1988, University of Michigan/ 
Ann Arbor 

Yaacov S. Weiss, B.A. 1986, Columbia University 
Steven Frederick Will, B.A. 1987, Williams College 
Terri Antrenase Williams, B.A. 1988, Williams College 
Hana Yaari, B.S. 1987, University of Southern 
California 

Vivian Wenhan Yeh, B.A. 1983, Swarthmore College 
Lisa Jennifer Youngling, B.A. 1988, Swarthmore 
College 

First- Year Class 

Geetanjali A. Akerkar, B.S 1988, Cornell University 
John F. Ansley, B.A. 1989, Brown University 
Brian A. Aslami, B.S. 1989, Duke University 
Margaret E. Asomaning, B.A. 1987, Harvard 

University; M.S. I988, University of London 
Amy Baernstein, B.A. 1989, Cornell University 
Elizabeth A. Bancroft, B.A. 1989, Williams College 
Rajat Bannerji, B.A. 1986, Cornell University; M.S. 

I989, Cornell University Graduate School of 

Medical Sciences 
Deepak Bhatt, B.S. 1989, Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology 

Miriam G. Bloom, B.S. 1989, Yeshiva University 
Maxwell Boakye, B.S. 1989, Rutgers University 
Matthew L. Brengman, B.S. 1989, University of 

Southern California 
Cameron W. Brennan, B.S. 1988, Brown University 
Stanford R. Broder, B.S. 1989, Cornell University 
Eric C. Burdge, B.S. 1989, University of Washington 
Robert K. Cato, B.S. 1989, University of Pittsburgh 
Jane A. Cecil, B.A. 1989, Cornell University 
Emily Chan, B.A. 1989, Harvard University/Radcliffe 
David L. Cherry, B.A. 1989, Cornell University 
Adam S. Cifu, B.S. 1989, Haverford College 
Jennifer G. Clarke, B.A. 1988, Cornell University 
Cheryl C. Colbert, B.A. 1987, City University of New 

York/Hunter College 
Peter D. Cole, B.S. 1989, Cornell University 
David W. Crumpacker, B.A. 1989. Baylor University 
Maria C. Davila, B.S. 1989, Cornell University 
Seth R. Divack, B.A. 1989, Cornell University 
Athanasios G. Dousmanis, B.S. 1987, M.S. I989, 

University of Toronto 
Jacqueline E. Ehrlich, B.S. 1989, Cornell University 
Cynthia A. Elfman, B.A. 1987, Cornell University 
Pamela G. Enayati, B.A. 1987, M.S. I989, University 

of California/Berkeley 
Kaytura L. Felix, B.S. 1989, University of South 

Florida 



David O. Ferguson, B.S 1988, University of 
Rochester 

ReginaM. Fernandez-Llanio. B.S. 1988, Cornell 
University 

Andrew D. Firlik, B.S. 1990, Cornell University 
Judith L. Freilicher, B.A. 1989, Princeton University 
Michael Frand, B.A. 1989, Washington University 
Lisa S. Gamell, B.A. 1989, Dartmouth College 
Jeffrey L. Gladstone, B.A. I989, Brandeis University 
Samuel S. Glazer, B.S. 1989, Wesleyan University 
Adda Grimberg, B.S. 1989, Cornell University 
Leon B. Henderson, B.A. 1982, Northwestern 
University 

Benjamin N. Hendin, B.A. 1988, University of 

California/Berkeley 
Lori A. Henry, B.A. 1989, Dartmouth College 
Steven L. Hubert, B.A. 1989, University of 

Pennsylvania 
Robert S. Jack, B.A. 1989, State University of New 

York/Purchase 
Walter C. Jean, B.A. 1989, Princeton University 
Hadine Joffe, B.A. 1989, Harvard University 
Joylene I. John, B.A. 1989, State University of New 

York/Stony Brook 
Jeffrey E. Johnson, B.A. 1988, Cornell University 
Michael P. Johnson, B.A. 1988, Cornell University 
Joshua A. Katz, B.A. 1989, Yale University 
Jeffrey I. Kauffman, B.A. 1989, Dartmouth College 
Bonnie P. Keeler, B.S. 1975, University of Delaware 
Kenneth Keller, B.S. I983, Boston College 
Byungki Kim, B.A. 1989, University of Chicago 
Karl H. Kim, B.S. 1989, Michigan State University 
Eric S. Korenman, B.A. 1989, Dartmouth College 
Kazunari Kuno, B.A. 1985, Wesleyan University 
Elizabeth Lazarus, B.A. 1989, Princeton University 
Seth S. Leopold, B.A. 1989, Dartmouth College 
Gail B. Lese, B.S. 1989, Lehigh University 
Toby S. Lewis, B.A. 1988, Harvard University 
Najjia N. Mahmoud, B.S. 1989, University of 

Wisconsin 

Paul D. Mahoney, B.A. 1988, Holy Cross College 
Lisa J. McCurry, B.S. 1989, Cornell University 
Kwanhong C. Min, B.S. 1989, Harvard University 
Julie D. Miner, B.A. 1987, Brown University 
Leora N. Mogilner, B.A. 1989, Columbia University 
Philip A. Morales, B.S. 1 989, University of Texas/ 
Austin 

Robert M. Moskowitz, B.A. 1988, Yale University 
Harrison T. Mu, B.S. I989, Cornell University 
Kevork Niksarli, B.S. 1989, Columbia University 
Estela V. O'Brien, B.A. 1984, Harvard University; M.S. 

I988, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 
Masaki Oishi, B.S. 1989, Tokyo University 
Ifeoma Okoronkwo, B.A. 1987, Yale University 
Manan J. Patel, B.S. 1989, Cornell University 
Prakash R. Patel, B.S. 1989, University of Michigan 
Demetria Pennington, B.S. 1989, Cornell University 
Lance E. Peters, B.S. 1989, Cornell University 
Jill E. Pruett, B.A. 1982, University of California/ 

Berkeley 

James R. Ramos, B.A. 1988, Columbia University 
Atieno A. Reggy, B.A. 1989, Wellesley College 
David B. Rosenberg, B.S. 1989, Cornell University 
Richard E. Rothman, B.A. 1983, Amherst College; 

Ph.D. 1989, University of California/San Francisco 
Joshua H. Rubin, B.S. 1988, Hobart College 
Alicia J. Salzer, B.A. 1988, University of Pennsylvania 
Voravut Sarabanchong, B.S. 1989, Brown University 



220 Register of Students 



Meena S. Savur, B.S. 1989, State University of New 

York/Stony Brook 
Karen E. Schneider, B.A. 1989, Harvard University 
Robert Hugh Shapiro, B.S. A. 1988, Stanford 

University; M.S. 1988, Stanford University 
Joseph Y. Shim, B.S. 1989, Yale Univerisity, M.S. 

I989, Yale University 
Irene E. Skricki, B.S. 1988, Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology 
Amy L. Sonnenblick, B.A. 1989, Northwestern 

University 

Kim L. Spencer, B.A. 1986, Amherst College 
Lisa D. Stevens, B.A. 1989, Brown University 
Stephen M. Szabo, B.S. 1989, Cornell University 
Wayne Tarn, B.A. 1988, Johns Hopkins University 
Tien Trinh, B.S. 1984, University of California/Davis 
Wendy L. Turchin, B.A. 1989, Yale University 
William L. Van der Reis, B.A. 1989, University of 

California/San Diego 
George E. Vates, B.S. 1989, Duke University 
Anne E. Weilepp, B.S. 1988, Stanford University; 

M.S. I989, Stanford University 
Mark M. Wurfel, B.A. 1989, University of Michigan 
Mark P. Zoland, B.A. 1989, Columbia University 
Kaye Zuckerman, B.S. 1989, Yale University 



The Neiv York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center (arrow) and neighboring biomedical institutions 
viewed from the East River facing West to Central Park (see detail in the following photograph) 




221 Index 



Index 



Administration, officers of, 92 

Admission: requirements, application, advanced 

standing, selection, visiting students, auditing, 21 
Admissions, committee, 94 
Advancement and graduation, 35 
Alpha Omega Alpha, 32 
Alumni Association, 33 
American medical student association, 32 
Anatomy (see Cell Biology), 43 
Animal care, committee, 94 
Application, 21 
Anesthesiology, 41 
Auditing, 23 

Biochemistry, 42 

Biophysics, and physiology, 61 

Burke Rehabilitation Center. 18 

Calendar, 4 

Catholic Medical Center, 18 
Cell Biology and Anatomy, 43 
Committees, 94 

Continuing Medical Education, committee, 94 

Cornell Scholars, 29 

Cornell University Administration, 92 

Curriculum, 25 

Curriculum, committee, 94 

Dismissal, 35 

Electives. See list under each department 
Executive Faculty Council, 93 
Expenses, 37 

Faculty. See also individual departments, 97 

Fees and expenses, 37 

Fellowships, M.D./Ph.D., one-year, M.D., 28 

Financial aid, 37 

Financial aid, committee, 94 

Foreign students, 38 

General Faculty Council, 94 
Gifts, 91 

Graduate School of Medical Sciences, 29 
Graduation, 35 

Gynecology (Obstetrics and Gynecology), 53 

Health care, student, 31 
History of Medical College, 13 
Hospital for Special Surgery, 1 7 
Housing, student, 31 

Human rights in research, committee, 94 

Information management, joint committee on, 95 

Joint Board, 92 

LaGuardia Hospital, 19 
Lenox Hill Hospital, 19 
Libraries, 19 
Library committee, 95 
License, examination for, 36 
Loan funds, 36 



Medical student executive council, 32 

MD-PhD programs, 28 

MD with Honors program, 25 

MD with Honors in Research; committee, 95 

Medicine, 45 

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, 17 
Microbiology, 50 

Minority, See Students for Equal Opportunity in 
Medicine, 32 

Neurology and Neuroscience, 51 

New York Hospital, The, 16 

North Shore University Hospital, 18 

Obstetrics and Gynecology, 53 
Office of women in medicine, 32 
Ophthalmology, 54 

Organizations and societies, student, 32 
Otorhinolaryngology, 56 
Overseers, Board of, 93 

Pathology, 56 

Pediatrics, 58 

Pharmacology, 60 

Phi Delta Epsilon, 32 

Physiology and biophysics, 61 

Postgraduate education advisory committee, 95 

Prizes, 75 

Professorships, named, 88 
Psychiatry, 62 
Public Health, 66 

Radiology. 68 
Refund policy, 37 
Register of students, 216 
Residency appointments, 214 
Review, committee of, 95 

St. Barnabas Hospital, 19 

Schedules of instruction, 7 

Scholarships, 79 

Special programs, 28 

Student research committee, 95 

Students, register of, 216 

Students for Equal Opportunity in Medicine, 32 

Summer fellowship program, 23 

Surgery, 70 

Transfer, 22 
Tuition, 37 

Visitors, Board of, 93 
Visting students, 23 

Will Rogers Institute. 18